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VIRGINIA STATE LIBRARY 
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Virginia Beach 

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Volume 1 No. 16' Circulation 30,500, by carrier and mail 



Virginia Beach^ Virginia, November 2, 1967 



SUN Phone: 428-2401 



Cools General 




ction 



Voters in Virginia Beach's 
seven boroughs will be going to 
their voting places next Tues- 
day, Nov. 7, to pull levers on 
voting machines to end a 
lukewarm campaign for local 
and state public offices. 

There are only local races 
for five of 10 offices, and they 
have generated little interest on 
the part of voters after last 
July's hot Democratic primary 
election. 

City Treasurer V.A, Ethe- 
ridge and Revenue Commis- 
sioner Ivan D, Mapp are 
unopposed for re-election after 
winning in the primary. 

A local man, Del. Edward T. 
Caton III, and two others are 
Democratic nominees for the 
state senate in the 3rd Sena- 



torial District. They are State 
Sen. William H. Hodges of 
Chesapeake and Del. WlllardH, 
Moody of Portsmouth. George 
R, Walker, a Portsmouth man, 
also Is running. 



See Editorial 
Page 4. 

Democrats here chose Caton, 
Hodges and Moody at the polls 
in July. And they nominated 
Court Clerk John Fentress, 
Kenneth N. Whitehurst Jr. and 
B,R, Mlddleton for the House of 
Delegates, City Sergeant John 
E. Marr, and Andre Evans for 
commonwealth's attorney. 

The Republicans have candi- 
dates David Smlthsun opposing 
Fentress; John Field III and 



Henry Clarke opposing White- 
hurst and Mlddleton; Israel 
Steingold against Evans and 
Charles Richardson against 
Marr. Joseph J. Dreano, un- 
aligned, also is running fordty 
sergeant. 

Democratic party harmony in 
the city has evershadowed Re- 
publican campaigning, and 
political observers are predic- 
ting a Democratic victory, if 
supporters go to the polls, wUdi 
win be open from 6 a.m. to 
7 p.m. (EST) next Tuesday. 

While the Democrats have 
campaigned on the theme that 
their candidates were plckedby 
the voters In last July's pri- 
mary, the Republicans have 
campaigned primarily on na- 
tional issues in a move to try 
and build GOP strength in the 
city for future elections. 



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Builders Pick Beach Beach Teachers Vlill 
For '68 Convention Have 'Prime' GuUe 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH- 
The Home Builders Association 
of Virgiaia, headed by Frederick 
Napolitano of Virginia Beach, 
will hold their 1968 sUte con- 
ver^on at The Cavalier hotel in 
the Beach Borough. 

The ft^ewide groin's board 
of (ttrectors approved Virginia 
Beach as the Jine of 1^ 
convention site at a recent 
meeting at Bow Creek Golf & 
Country Club. 

At the same time the state 
board met, the Tidewater Asso- 



ciation of Home Builders 
(TAHB) elected Lawrence A. 
SanciUo of Virginia Beach as 
president for the second suc- 
craslve year. 

Rep. Thomas N. Downing, who 
represents Virginia Beach and 
other First District communi- 
ties in the U.S. House of Rep- 
resentatives, will be guest 
speaker when the TAHB officers 
are installed at a Nov. 17 ban- 
quet at the Lafayette Yacht Club. 

Guest speaker for the recent 

(See BuiIders,Page 2) 



Elementary and secondary 
school teachers and administra- 
tors in Virginia Beach «ill 
receive, starting in January, a 
new service designed to help 
them plan their curriculum so 
that it is completely up to date 
on new develi^mentis in educa- 
tion. 

For the first time, the my- 
riad of suppliers of Instruc- 
tional materials and service to 
the school field will all be listed 
by curriculum and cross- 
indexed by types of services 
and resources In a master ref- 



erence work that also includes 
actual catalogs of leading com- 
panies supplying the needs of 
schools. 

Called the PRIME Catalog, 
the directory-buyers* guide is 
provided free of charge to cur- 
riculum planners by Educators 
PRIME Information Service, 
Route 46, Totowa, New Jersey, 
Tne organization also supplies 
another free service to educa- 
tors In the form of the PRIME 
Reports, a twice-monthly |^ 
view of new technology and 



methods in the educational fleio. 
Costs of the various services 
are borne by leading companies 
which present their catalogs in 
the directory. 
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Schools Geared'to Growth 



(Editor's Note: Virginia Beach City Council has under study a proposed community 
facilities and education plan, titled "Master Plan Report Number 7." Last week's 
edition of the VIRGINIA BEACH SUN carried on page 4 the vocational school and 
comnunity college sections of the study recommendations prepared by the City 



Planning Commission, headed by J.W. Wood with F. Mason Gamage as planning 
director, and the City School Board, headed by J.W. Buffingtnn. Here is the text of 
Chapter I.) 



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"The City of Virginia Beach must gear Its school planning, 
both In land acquisition and construction, to the rapidly growing 
population. Land for schools must be acquired prior to new de- 
velopment. It is difficult, if not possible, to obtain the necessary 
land once development has occured. Even if the land is available, 
acquisition costs quadruple once homes and streets are built. 



■•Population in the City of Virginia Beach has grown from 
14,000 in 1940 to 160,000 in 1966 with no forseeable decline in 
this rate of growth. The total projected population in the City 
Is 320,000 in 1975 and 460,000 In 1985. 

"Trends in population for the United States, the State of Vir- 
ginia and the City of Virginia Beach are shown from 1900 - 1960 
(actual) and 1960 - 1985 (projected) In Appendix I. 

"An examination of the graph (Appendix II) is Indicative of 
the findings made in Chapter Two in the first grade enrollment 
survival rate for the years 1965 and 1966. The neighborhood 
chosen for this sample was Aragona Village. The choice of this 
neighborhood was based on the fact that at the time of the last 
decennial census (1960), this subdivision was completely dev- 
eloped, and vith minor exceptions the bulk of residential con- 
struction In the city has been occupied by families of compar- 
^le age and family income, 

"The graph in Appendix II also spotlights the unique problem 
in Virginia Beach as compared to the Norfolk - Portsmouth 
Metropolitan Area. The great majority of the City's population 
is made up of the young ai^ their relatively young parents with 
comfaratively few college age persons or senior citizens. 

"The following chapter will correlate the findings of this 
and the preceding chapter to estimate, for the City as a whole, 
aiKl for education asnes, the 1975 and 1985 expected school m- 
roUment." 



The unbeaten Princess Anne 
Cavaliers have virtually, won 
the state football championship 
with their stunning victory over 
the Cradock High Admirals of 
Portsmouth last week. 

Coach John Grady's red, white 
and blue clad eleven also wrap- 
ped up the Eastern District 
(Virginia Beach and Norfolk) 
title, according to football ex- 
perts in the area. 

Grady, who has stressed 
teamwork throughout the grid 
season thus far, takes his high- 
spirited squad Into battle this 
Friday against Bayside High's 
"wiw have won omy^ 
single game in eight. 

And the last regular -season 
game for the Cavaliers is 
against the Cox High Falcons, 
which have had a losing season 
as a result of few players and 
injuries. 

The Cavaliers have been 
sparked in their championship 
bid by Bob German, John Klefer, 
Tom Counter, Pete Carpenter, 
Bill Felchner, Mickey Byrd, 
Bruce Runon, Ed Love, Wayne 
CaudlU, Robert Gerloff, Steve 
Sakls, Jack Spence, Paul Zlegler 
and Lloyd Slsson. 

Al Habit has worked with all 
of them as defensive coach, and 
Denny Haglan's backfield coach- 
ing has added to the team's 
strength. 

Doc Harrison, team physican, 
said after the Cavaliers beat 
the Cradock team 33 to 13 last 
Friday, for the 14th straight 
win in two seasons, said the 
team is In "good shape" phy- 
sically. 

Carpenter, who wears the 
number 40 and filled the shoes 
of Skip Wllkins, who graduated 
last June before being paralyzed 
In a water sports accident, 
scored three touchdowns last 
Friday. 

(Wilklns, by the way, is ex- 
pected to be home for Christmas 
from the Woodrow Wilson Re- 
habilitation Center in Fisher- 
ville, Va.) 

Klefer intercepted a pass, and 
he and Runyon fell on a fumbled 
ball In the end zone for another 
score last week. Mickey Byrd 
scored a touchdown after 

. 'Yes' Votes 
Continue 
Poll Lead 

Some residents answering the 
SUN Poll on the question of 
the local right to vote on 
whiskey sales are adding com- 
ments. 

And some have written "yes" 
more than once on their votes 
for the poll, although each Is 
being counted only one time. 

As of last Monday, the"yes" 
votra led for the third straight 
week in returns. The poll is 
being continued for a number 
of weeks, giving all local 
readers a chance to express 
their pcsitlon. 

The final results will be pub- 
lished exclusively in the 
VIRGINIA BEACH SUN before 
Christmas. 




Grady 



blocking a Cradock punt. Ger- 
man kicked for three extra 
points. 

Here Is the rest of the Cava- 
lier roster: 

Ralph Bamforth, Steve Bar- 
low, John Seller, Richard Byrd, 
Barry Cheatam, Jesse Cox, 
Craig Creamer, Arthur Dolor- 
esco, Wayne Godley, Paul 
Greene, Bill Harrell, Bill Heath, 
Rick Hendren, Chuck Herndon, 
Leslie Horton, Kevin Hughes, 
Mike Johnson, Chuck Kelly, 
Chuck Maddux, Tom Maxwell, 
Robert Mills, Tim Murden.Biff 
Pearson, Chris Sakls, Lloyd 
atsaoii, "«ef»^ smttttp '•f^aii 
standi, John Suggs, George 
TruxlUo, and James Walker. 

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Gf y ^fian% Demos. 
Beet yHomQii Pres. 



The Virginia Beach Young 
Democratic Club has elected a 
woman, Miss Shirley Jacobs as 
new president of the club to 
succeed Edward T. Caton, 
nominee for the state senate. 

Miss Jacobs, who was elected 
national commltteewoman at the 
1966 Virginia YDC convention 
in Arlington, is on the state 
executive committee now and 
win be a state delegate to the 
national convention of Young 
Democrats Nov. 15 to 20. in 
Miami, Fla. 

The Virginia Beach club at a 
meeting last week also elected 
David L. Cassida as 1st vice 
president; Maurice Ealy as 2nd 
vice president; Lonnie O.Clark 
as 3rd vice president; Judy 
Brown as secretary, and Wil- 
liam Jones as treasurer. 

Cassida Is presently on the 
YDC state executive committee 
as chairman of the resolutions 
committee and of the investiga- 
ting committee. 

Members of the club unani- 
mously endorsed the Demo- 
cratic nominees in next Tues- 
day's election. 

Miss Jacobs said she Is "very 
honored" at being elected presi- 




Miss Jacobs 

dent of the young Democrats. 
"I definitely plan to be an active 
president, and to assist the clid> 
in becoming active locally and 
on the state level." 

She said she plans to appoii^ 
soon the following committees: 
Youth, finance, membership and 
convention. Miss Jacobs also 
asked for "Uie continued coop- 
eration of the club meml>ership 
and of the senior party," 



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The 1968 General Assemby of Virginia Is expected to 
consider legislation proposed to give voters ineachclty and 
county the rlgh to decide whether they want whiskey sold by 
the drink, under specific controls, within their own com- 
munity. 

Since the question has been debated in greater Virginia 
Beach's seven boroughs for years, the VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 
is conducting a "straw poU" on the question. Clip the 
coupon below, write "yes" or "no" and mail as directed. ; 
One per reader, please, with signatures optional. 



Should voters In each community have 
the right to decide /how whiskey is sold 
within their comnni^itv? 

Mail to SUN poll. Post Office Box 657 ^Virginia Beach. Vt. 
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BAYSIDE BOROUGH-Ara- 
gona Moose Lodge No. 1198 
bere Is accq;>tlng nominations 
for a "Humanitarian of the 
Year" awrd, which will gp to 
some Vii^nia Beach resident 
later ttiis year. 

A Moose spok^man said any 
resldwit of Virginia Beach for 
the last year or more is eligible 
to receive the 1967 award, and 
people can file statements and 
nominations until Nov. 15. 

They should t>e mailed to the 
Humanitarian Committee, Ara- 
gona Moose Lodge No. 1198, 
P.O. Box 2211, Virginia Beach, 
Va., 23452. 

The Loyal Order of Moose is 
a "Family Fraternity," built 
upon the precepts of the father- 
hood of God and the brotherhood 
of man, that every child should 
have a complete education, th^ 
every elderly person should 
have the (^portunity of spending 
ttieir years free from worry and 
care, and that man's greatest 



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a fish fry &turday, Nov. 4, and 
have the annual bazaar and bake 
sale at the same time, from 5 
to 8 p.m. 



good is found 
fellowman. 



in service to his 



The Chesapeake Beach Vol- 
unteer Fire Department's 
Ladies Auxiliary will sponsor 



Bayside Library on Indepen- 
dence Boulevard will begin 
having a story hour for children 
three to five years old. They 
will be from 10:30 to U a.m. 
Nov. 8, 15, 22 and 29. 

Miss Ellen Wagner from the 
22nd Street Branch Library will 
conduct the program. Mothers 
should register their children 
before Nov. 8. 



L9Q§UB to H9VB 

HoHi Historian 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH- 
Mrs. Emmet Kyle, locally well 
known speaker and historian, 
will speak at the Lynnhaven- 
Little Neck Civic League meet- 
ing at 8 p. m. Monday, Nov. 
6 at the league building. 

Mrs. Kyle will "look back- 
ward" at old Princess Anne 
County , particularly in the 
Lynnhaven-Little Neck area 




First Grade 



Cooke Picked tor 
New Teaching Uethod 



Mayor Frank A. Dusch of Virginia Beach receives a framed pic- 
turepf the Norwegian bark *D i ctato r' which sank in a storm off 
Virginia Beach's shoreline in 1891. Thomas G. Baptist, a Norwe- 
gian who played a role in bringing theNorwegian Lady Statue 
(featured intheSUN) to Virginia Beach, presented similar pictures 
to City Manager W. Russell Hatchett and Rolfe Williams, Norwe- 
gian consul in Norfolk, last weekend at The Cavalier hotel. Baptist 
received Norway's Saint Olav's medal at the ceremony. 



BEACH BOROUGH— A new 
method of teaching science in 
elementary grades will be test- 
ed in twoclasses of first graders 
at W. T. Cooke Elementafy 
School this school year, with 
expansion later throughout the 
city's public school system. 

It is called "Science— A 
Process Approach." In 1961, the 
American Association for the 
Advancement of Science brought 
together leading scientists and 
educators to study the status 
and future of science education 
in United States elementary and 
junior high schools. 

Financed by a grant from the 
National Science Foundation, 
conferences were conducted to 
consider the need and means 
for improvement in science ed- 
ucation. The conferees said 
there was urgent need for new 
materials— and new app- 
roaches. 

The following year, theAAAS 
established a Commission on 
Science Education . After 
several conferences, two 
recommendations emerged: 1) 
the Commission should sponsor 
the development of instructional 
science materials beginning at 



ttie kindergarten level and, 2) 
that these materials should 
stress the processes of science 
in the early grades rather than 
traditional content or conc^t 
sequences. 

Within the past few years, 
enormous strides have been 
made in wide segments of 
American industry, particularly 
in such areas as electronic 
data processing, commun- 
ications, space exploration, and 
education. One of the prime 
factors behind this accelerat- 
ing rate of progress has been 
a new approach to problem 
solving— the "systems app- 
roach." In essence, the systems 
approach provides a technique 
analyzing a given set of re- 
sources to develop a system 
capable of meeting a given set 
of objectives. 

It places the student in an 
active role of investigating 
science— intergrating the pro- 
cesses and the scientist. 
Through the systematic use of 
these processes in the primary 
grades, the children become 
mentally equipped for complex 
science education in later 
grades. 



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want to see 

these 

lovely 
homesites 

Sunday. 



Builders 



(Cont. from Page 1) 



TAHB meeting was Lloyd E. 
Clarke, a Des Moines, Iowa, 
builder who is first vice presi- 
dent of the National Association 
of Home Builders. 

Most of the other officers 
elected to sferve with Sancilio 
live in Virginia Beach's subur- 
tan tmroughs. They are: 

Howard M. Weisberg, re- 
elected vce president, and 
David A. Howard, elected as a 
second vice president to suc- 
ceed William J. Collins; Arthur 
L. Westcot, elected treasurer 
to succeed Doyle E. Hull, and 



Edward P. Brogan, fleeted 
secretary, a position previously 
held by David A. Howard. 

Elected two-year directors 
were Lewis E. Keller, Bernard 
Kroll, F. Wayne McLuskey Jr., 
William J. Fanney, Harry R. 
Dudley Jr., Doyle L. Hull and 
George R. Powell. Electedone- 
year directors were Augustine 
DeMille and John R. Durham. 

The home Iwilders also named 
Horace A. Cistnla and Sancilio 
as representatives to the 
national association, with Lee 
A. Gifford and W.W. Reasor to 
serve as alternates. 




At Princess Anne . . . adjoining Kellam High 
School . . Large restricted sites, some wooded, 
with city sewage for suburban living. 

Directions: Go to Princess Anne and continue 

to Holland Road just east of Kellam High 

School ... or take Holland Road «ast . . . 
watch for signs. 

For information: 
Dial 420-1140, GA8-9161, GY7-4459. 



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The Exchange Club of Virginia 
Beach will have a Pancake Party 
all day Wednesday, Nov. 8, at 
the Virginia Beach C ivic Center. 



BEACH BOROUGH--Barbara 
Chuilli, current Miss Virginia 
Beach, has a new role— as the 
daughter in the Little Theatre 
of Virginia Beach's second play 
of the season, "Five Finger 
Exercise." 

Other cast members are 
Timothy L. Jones and Penny 
Martin in the roles of the father 
and mother; Toin Bloom as ttie 



son, and Michael S. Stroup as 
the German tutor. The play will 
be directed by Larry Williams. 



The drama by Peter Shaffer 
will be seen at the Courtyard 
Playhouse on Virginia Beach 
Boulevard on Dec. 1,2,3,8,9 and 
10. 

Herbert Harrell, the set de- 
signer, aiuiounced that for this 
show "crew night" will be 
every Tuesday at 8 p.m. instead 
of the usual Monday night. Car- 
penters, painters and general 

tiandymen and women Sl^ w?!"- 
come, he said. 

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SHERM" ATKINS 
PROMISED HIS WIFE 

.,. that he *nuld take care of her always, bfcause he loved 
her. 

And be didn't ju.sl talk about it, he Dlb somt^ng. He made 
out a will, bought insuraoci and attendt-dtoall the oUier de- 
tails that would guarantee her peace of tnlnd. 

Then, one day there was a death up th^ l>lock and Sherm 
saw the disaster resultiiig from Uie family's neglect to plan 
ahead. 

He promised himself, then and then , that his wife would 
never have to make a decision on a Family Memorial Site, 
ALONL. They would choose T(XETHi.K, in the calm, quiet 
peace of their home . . . The kind of site and the cost would 
b» decided in advance of need. The immediatt- cash outlay 
In a crisis was not going to happen to hts family. 

Sherm Atkins immediately got in touch with a represent- 
ative from Princess Anne Memorial Park and was even more 
convinced that purchasing a Family Memorial Site, before 
needj^ was a wise move. 

He learned, for instance, that cemetery properly had in 
many instance.s doubled in price in the last 10 years. And 
by iHiying now, while still a comparatively young man, he 
would save sut>stantialty for a needed purchase. 

Finally, he learned that he could absorb the cost very eas- 
ily ttecause the payments would be just a few dollars a 
month.' 

FOR ALL THtSF REASfJNS AND QLITF. AFEWOTHFRS, 
V^ K STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOl SHOULD LfX)K 
INTO THIS FURTHER AND SEND IN THE COUPON BF^ 
LOW FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. 

Be sure to check the tnx in the Coupon for free informa- 
tion on questions most families nef-d to know to protect 
themselves in the future. 



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p. a. BOX 4D6a, 111D GREAT NECK ROAD 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 23454 



Exercises begin with thade- . 
velopment of basic process 
skills. For example, kinderiar- 

ten children are given exer- 
cises dealing with the naiping , 
and idenUfylng of two-dtmaa- < 
sional shap^-the square, re- A 
ctangle, circle, etc. 

Subsequent exerclsee showf' 
the students that t^e are • | 
components of three-dimens-^. 
ional shapes. Throughout the i ■- 
Process Approach, there is a ^ 
spiralling effect as advanced^ 
exercises reinforce and add ** 
to the skills the students used f 
in earlier exercises. ? 

The exercises are arranged 
in steps, so that the child pro- . 
gresses through learning ex- 
periences from the simple to 
the complex; each exercise ^ 
builds on what the child has 
learned, and prepares him for j 
future learning. ^] 

Science - A Process Approach * 
is probably one of the morf 
thoroughly -tested curriculum 
ever introduced. The field test- 
ing for the program involved." 
more than 7,000 children in 
46 elementary schools. 

The ProcKS Approach is Just 
that. It begins in kindergarten 
with five basic skills: (Aserving 
classifying, measuring, using 
numtiers and using the space-, 
time relationship. 

In the first grade, commun- 
ication is added. Second grade 
progresses to inferring and 
predicting. By the sixth grade, 
students normally should be 
prepared for experimenting. 

In a workshop conducted by 
Xerox Corporation for Virginia 
Beach teachers and school stQ>- 
ervisors.a Xerox representa- 
tive explained it this way: "For 
years children have been taught 
facts and concepts. The most 
permanent thing wecanglveour 
children is the knowledge of 
how to think and learn indepen- 
dently." 

Then he put the teachers 
through several exercises 
geared to first grade students. 

In one, the teachers were 
asked to observe ami Invest- 
igate three ba^ food Jars half 
hi I of 1 colorless liquid. Ilie 
eofttents looked alike, but ea» 
contained water, one vlMgar 
and one cooking oil. 

Another exercise had seven 
sets of dishes containing diff- 
erent itents. Although each pair 
resembled each other, there 
were differences. In one disb 
was sugar and in another, salt. 
One set contained marbles which 
were alike. But another set held 
twu different, spices which 
looked alike. Participants in the 
exercise were encouraged to 
taste, smell, shake and feel the 
contents on each dish. 

"We tend to t^erve witlKMit 
really looking," said the Xerox 
spokesman. 

Xerox Corporation was 
awarded the contract for the 
publication, distrbutionand 
further cooperative develop- 
ment of Science- A Process Ah>- 
roach, by the American Assoc- 
iation for the Advancement of 
Science. 



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Princess Anne Memorial Park 
Post Office Box 4068 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23454 

Please seiHl a free copy of your illustrated brochure with 
full information and prices on single and family memorial 
sites at Princess Anne Memorial Park. 

Please send your free "Family Registry" also. 

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Where rat^its are, or havf 
been, a pest problem, with mtqr 
fruit trees, a mechanical gMrd 
is perhaps the most satisfactory 
means of preventiag this 
damage. Galvanized screen or 
hardware cloth with a smaA 
mesh is frequently used« A roll 
36 inches wide may l>e ctit 
lengthwise, forming two 18-in0 
strips. By cuttli^ Uiese ii^ 
pieces 4 inches long, guartte 14 
by 18 Inches are obtained. 

Roll or bend the strip aroiffld _ 
the tree trunk so the long side • 
is up and down the truiftandttM 
edg^ overlap. Twist a sm«U 
wire loosely about the cent^ 
to prevent unrolling. Pitlh i}» 
lower edges well into the ground. 

Other means of rat^it control 
have been successful, also. C^- 
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Rev. Dr. Bryanf 
Is ferrum Trustee 



I Four students at First Colonial 
High have received letters of 
commendation for high perfor- 
mances on the 1967 National 
Merit Scholarship Qualifying 
Test (NNtSQT), princlpalJames 
Mounie announced. 

The students are Heather 
Cheshire, Thomas Eagar, Ron- 
ald McAlhaney and Alfred E. 
Weston. They were among 
40,000 In the United States who 
scored in the upper 2 per cent 
of those who will graduate from 
high schools in 1968. 

Michael A. Waller, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles A. Waller of 
Pinewood Road, is a student at 
the Calhoon M.E.B.A. Training 



School to learn to bMome a 
licensed englne«r in Bie United 
States Merchant Marine. 



The CtvattafCIMen Club, 
which recently VM awards for 
beautifytit 1h» SMvPtaesPost 
Office iB the' feetCh Boroi^h, 
had Mri. *K iC Capoto as 
speaker |« O* Oel^r meet 

"Moms iti^Mlot4" was the 

key to tae arrangements sub- 
mitted for }aii0at^ and Mrs. 
Artlinr Jl, Winder reported on 
the bc&utlflcfltloB citrards. the 
club tit coAtteuiag to maii^ain 
the Sea 'Piftes beauty program. 



BEACH BOROUGH-The Rev. 
Dr. R.Orman Bryant of Virginia 
Beach is one of ten new trustees 
of Ferrum Junior College in- 
stalled during the annual fall 
Convocation, Oct. 27, for seven- 
year terms. 

Gov. Mills E. Godwin Jr. was 
guest speaker for ground break- 
ing ceremonies for F err urn's 
new Stanley Library, which 
honors former Gov. and Mrs. 



Thomas B, Stanley, who con- 
tributed $200,000 toward its 
construction. 



The Rev. Dr. Bryant was 
nominated by the Board of Mis- 
sions, and confirmed at the 
Virginia Annual Conference of 
the Methodist Church held last 
June in the Beach Borough. He 
is minister at Virginia Beach 
Methodist Church. 




Rev. Dr. Bryant 



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A church of God 

Above is the present sanctuary of Thalia Lynn Baptist Church, 
which recently got a new minister, the Rev. Junius E.Foster. The 
Thalia Lynn church, with a number of prominent Beach residents 
in its membership, began building the present church plant in 
1962. It is located adjacent to Princess Annt HlQh on Virginia 
Beach Boulevard. (Lehigh Photo) 



'Odd Couple' 




An ootstandlDg comedy by 
Mtfl Simon Is the current bill of 
hf at Wedgevood Dinner 
Tbettre In Toano. "The Odd 
Coaide" is {ntAiabiy the author's 
bwt play to date. It is clever, 
tanoy and generally briijit, 
wtUKHit the full dependence upon 
Ml w notable io most comwlits 
of today. 

The Wedgevood production is 
more than Just acc^table, but 
lacks ^ consistency and 
•moottoess we eq)ect of the 
(Hrt^MSloaal company there. 

The irfot centers around Oscar 
lladison, high-paid sports- 
vrJttr divorced after more than 
a dacade at marrtage. He Uves 
alooe in clutter and dirt in his 
absolutelyirresponsilrieway 
Just havlog a ball. This is just 
fbM with Urn even though he is 
tu btiiind in his alimony pty- 
BMts. And it's also flne with 
"tbe okl gang" (rf poker players 
wbo meet diere every Friday 
aigtt to get away from italland 
«Djoy Oscar's baelielor exis- 
tmcc. 

Then Felix Uoger's wife of 
12 years throws him out. Felix, 
eliarter men^r oi the "gang," 
it bstldioas, Ml of allergi«8, 
ntttTOies and a complete clean- 



iness toA, But Oscar feels sorry 
for him in his time of trouMeu 
He allows Felix to move inwfii 
him in tbe ei^t-room apart- 
ment. 

Director Leroy McFarlaod 
has put together a generally 
fist-oooving production, bat 
tends to overdirect causing 
some overplay. 

Roby Brown has some nica 
moments at anderplay, bid too 
often resorts to yelUiv; to gat 
his ire across. Ron Reid also 
has some oicp momeuts v'len 
playing it straight, but whoi 
mugging or reaching ii^ tha 
high registers of his voice lc»as 
much of the effectiveness of tUc 
role. 

Nice supf»rting roles as dke 
poker players are turned in tqr 
Fraidc Staroba, Robert Hutchin- 
son and Ralph Hoar. The re- 
maining pAer i4ayer, portnyad 
by Paul Iddings is overdoM. 

Tte Pigeon sisters are ibtf 
portrayad by Sberri Raid tti 
Ginger Montegue. They huAt 
the giggly sexpot roles w^ 
and Miss Moi^«ue shows tm 
she can haiMle beautifully tl» 
acceitf and her new typeof ro'e. 

Puil Iddings' set is effective, 
birt Qie painted walls slowly 



do atft k)A lite a $240-a month 
lic« York apartment. Even wiOi 
0bfloai flaws the production is 
worHiy of note and deserves to 
be Mtt and appreciated. 

JOffiPH LOWENTHAL, JR. 



The Tidewater Automobile 
Association is urging pedes- 
trians, and children particular- 
ly, to be especially earful during 
the month of November when 
walking at night. 

"This time of year can be 
very dangerous to drivers and 
pedestrians alike," stated 
Frank W. Cox, a director of the 
club. "Twilight begins to fall at 
a time when many children are 
returning home from club 
meetings and visits to friends. 

Many tired drivers are heading 
home from work and are per- 
haps less alert than normally. 
Add these Ingredients to the 
problem of reduced twilight 
visibility and you have the basis 
for the high numbers of night- 
time accidents which occur at 
this time of year." 



He emphasized that many of 
these accidents can be avoided I 
if pedestrians would take the 
simple precaution of wearing 
white after sunset. He urged 




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DoUnrs-lo-doi^uts no longer are the odds they used to t>e. 

liny yaoplc are continually faced with a difficult decision: 
vbaflMr to Uve within their incomes, or have a little Ain 
ttn Md tiiM. 

Ulddla agt: When you're too tired to work, and too broke to 
qalt. 

A schoolteacher is a disiUisioned girl who used to think she 
liked children. 

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Please send mo inroimatibn ami application tor 
Student Health ("are Coverage. 

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The time is now. You studied hai'd . . . 
you chose 'your colleRe' . . . you planned, 
liut even the best laid plans are sub.iect 
to chanR-e. If unexpected health prob- 
lems arose, with ho.spiUil bills on top of 
collejre costs, could you continue? For 
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- rcjrardless of aire. If you're cm oiled 
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ginia, or if your home is in this aica 
and you're in schoid elsewhere you're 
elifrible to apply. So fill out one inoic 
little form ... it could be the mo^t 
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YOU GET 2 EXPENSE-PAID 10-DAY VACATIONS to 
MEXICO, PUERTO RICO, or JAMAICA... ASABONy? 



' WWNER OF 6 ACADEMV AWARDS INCLUDING — 
nCTUREOF THE YEAR! 

JL COLLMBIA PK-TUHES PRKI) ZINNEMWN'S nui. 

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White yt>i/ are planning 
a g/orious 20--30 day 
EUROPEAN HOLIDAY 
as a parikipitmg member 





Club Intertvatioivale 



T«i drml believe ft? That's iin.'tr.tiinl- 
abk,. 'fligasianJs «il c^'.l^ d /.-i t. i.ve 
it tJther. betore <hey join.o. l'.\.i \ n, 
they asked. "How cao f ha.; n ."'i' lo '0 
day Europc4!) vucaKcn ti'Xi. i. c ii..i-Juy 
from*} vactttioiu . , . ju.i by p»iUir, : aw.iy 
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This h tite secret. C! UB INTIJINA- 

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ilia J kkaote vnf bonus trips? Yes. 
TVouf^Mut tbe ycM, the Club schetf- 
uks trifs *ilh a wide variety of iiir.cr- 
»ric» Biid declinations. Select your ho.nt.s 
trips from socti ei;titi0i! pluc*.^ as 
Kemiuda. J&miiica, C;in.4Ua, Mc\ii.o or 
Ibc <I4nbbcaii. 

Wkat'j the cost? Annual l'mcs are $30 
for an individual. S35 for a mnriied 
oaufi*. Saviflgi Plan Participation !>> 



S6.40 per week for 3 years, for a total 
of $^95 per person. At the end of the 
third year, this entitles you to a fabulous 
European vacation — 20 days by air, 30 
by ship. Plus two bonus 10-day vaca- 
tions. (8-day trips also available.) Take 
one at the end of the first year, another 
at the end of the second. In other words, 
you get a foreign vacation each year for 
three years by saving less than a dollar 
a day! 

Your money is s«fe. You send your 
payments directly to the Club Account 
n! iiitained by a bank that services your 
cli 'pier; from there the funds, as pro- 
\ \A in the By-laws of the Club, are 
t: iHiki red to the Club 'Vacation Savings 
Account maintained with a major 
n iionul bank. Members' savings are 
bi.cl.cd by a fidelity bond. 

Any more benefits? Certainly. You 
needn't w;it lor vacation time to start 
c.i:cvmg yourself. Join in gay parties, 
ua!a holiday outings, dances, gourmet 
dinners, even foreign language instruc- 
tion to prepare you for your trips 
abroad. You'll share a wide variety of 
iOvial and cultural activities. Your corn- 
pi micntary subscription to the "Inter- 
national Vacationer" will keep you oa 



top of happenings in your Chapter and 
others around the country. 

Check us out! It's easyl CLUB INTER- 
NATIONALE has been praised in The 
Congressional Record of The United 
States (reprints sent upon request.) 
Newspapers have featured us. Ask your 
friends. Probably one of them is already 
a member and saving for a vacation 
right nowl 

PHONE: 703-5t3-18S3 



I Club Internationale Tidewater Chapter I 
1516 Harmon Street ^ " 

■ Norfolk, Virginia 23518 | 

■yes, I would like to kaow aH «bo«t becoming a ■ 
Ipartkipating member ot CiMi 1«T£»«auo«4I* I 
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The ViiffnU BeMh Neiri PublMui Awff Tkun4aif 
. H. Harris, General Manafer & Executive Director 
OMt PtadM^iiii^iiig Editor James E. Simmons. Advartisiiif Director 

Cmtfytk Mi/ttUi . Wmmii's Editor Bryan Glover, Pr«diiction Foreman 

$3 per year Sli^CenlQ^ 

Delivery by mall and carrier 
OFFICE-3108 Pacific Avenue, VirginU Beach, Va., 2S4S1 

Pbone 428-2401 

Thursciay, November 2, 1967 

JNMaAed by Beach Pubtiahing Corporation 



We're Satisfied 



Anothtr pl^ltlcal campaign 
for locol iNil state offices in 
Virginia jNieh is nearing the 
finish illil. "iy next Tuesday 
night, tM voters wiil have 
exercise! tfliir right to choose 
those who Will represent them 
in the iutun. 



We eiMWt heip but draw a 
contrast liliftiti the campaign- 
ing thus ftir in our community 
and in tN lli^hboring City of 
Norfblk. 



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While pifty i^litics in that 
city haye|INbills#me what cha- 
otic, th* Olfiiojbratic party in 
Virginio Mtefl seems to have 
things wellwidSr control. 



The iddit 0ifimment at City 
Hail is thitliletttothe people. 
And coopintton with the state 
ond federal fDVernments to pro- 
perly sefUl^^niajority of the 
people M ^ community has 
been evIMI for some time to 
those who Know Virginia Beach. 



It shOirfi tl remembered that 
next Tueiidl^s general election, 
which has stirred little voter 
interest, IS tancemed with local 
and state#lltlfons - not national 
matters; tht fVttional election 
will be next year. 



A gentfSl leclc of excitement 
In the loc«ftampaignapparently 
results fri^ the hot Democra- 
tic primc>ir|r hil! in July, when 
Virginia iilKh voters turned 
out in lof||infumberstonom- 
tnate thM^ edri-ying the party's 
bonner In thipresent campaign. 



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Their fli|p)QMican opponents. 

nominotei %f • select group, 
have otierflplM to woo the voters 
with o re-llMh of primary cam- 
paign issuis. f^ortunateiy. there 
has been Ysry little name- 
colllng. : 



PerNpW Ml is because of 
the prOf rise Hfhich the Demo- 
crotlc MrHAlrtration at City 
Hall hmmmt whlle being 
careful .lt:-aM over-tax the 
pooplf s^ hfvf to poy the cost 
of yoyefiWUftt fti the long rm. 



And surprisingly, the pro- 
gress has been made despite 
problems which o fast-growing 
urban area usually experiences. 



There are new public utili- 
ties, highways, schools, parks 
and playgrounds, health and 
welfare services and more on 
the way. Judging from plans 
being considered by City Coun- 
cil. 



And cooperation with other 
cities in the area, os well as 
the state and federal govern- 
ments when proper, continues 
unabated. 



If for no other reoson than 
pride in our growing city with 
a sound and fbrword- looking 
government, we endorse without 
reservations all of the Demo- 
cratic nominees. 



They are: 



Edward T. Colon HI, William 
H. Hodges and Willord J. Moody 
for'the State Senate. 



Kenneth N. Whltehurst Jr. 
and B. R. MIddleton for the 
House of Delegates. 



John V. Fentress for Clerk of 
Circuit Court. 



John E. Marr for City Ser- 
geant. 



Andre Evans for Common- 
wealth's Attorney. 



Ivan D. Mapp fbr Commis- 
sioner of the Revenue. 



V. Alfred Ether Idge for City 
Treasurer. 



When the voters make their 
decisions next Tuesday, we are 
confident they will express 
satisfaction with the present 
local government, ond its plans 
for the future* 



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Right to Work Law 



Editor, Virginia Beach Sun: 

We are absolutely astounded 
by published reports which show 
tbat State Senator Her-ry Houeli 
has swallowed the phony arp- 
ments of the union moguls and 
is now calling for repeal of the 
state's Right to Work law. 

Senator Howell, in tflett, is 
saying he favors compulsory 
union membership . . . whether 
it comes in the form of a unim. 
shop or an agency fee contrai t. 
By opposing the Virginia Right 
to Work law, which guarantees 
Virginians the right to join nr 
not to join a private organization 
without losing their job, he is 
saying in the most blatant way, 
"1, State Senator Henry Howell, 
favor forcing working people in 
this commonwealth into a union 
. . .regardless of hnw they leel 
about it. They shou! i Imv^ n 
choice in the matter." 

His position ismt ;.; ;; ' r- 
rect, but in direct 4-^ .::: .. tr 
the views an oveiwh' lrni;,£, 
number of the residents i Vir- 
ginia and the United tatt-i, 
prefer. He is also isolate l fiom 
the state leadership as a^U- 
Senators Byrd and Spr r.f, 'f ,- 
ernor Godwin and former co\ • i - 
iwr HaiYison have all end' rseri 
the principle of vi luiitarisin a 
expressed in Virginia's l;iehl 
to Work law. 

By the way, that same stor\ 
refers to the "so-called" Vir- 
ginia Right to Work lau; that's 
like calling the so-called sena- 
tor a so-called defender of the 
individual rights of all of his 
constituents. 
Reed Larson 
Washington, D.C. 



Praise for Police 

Editor, Virginia Beach Smi: 

"Every respectable citizen 
of America has been stunned 
by the disrespectful attitude of 
some of our people, toward our 
State and local police. 

The performance of duty, by 
our State and local police force 
represents our only immediate 
guarantee of personal security 
and serenity. 

Much screening is done in 
selecting individuals worthy and 
capable of performli^ police 
duties thoroughly. They are 
traine<l and supervised by lea- 
ders of character and dignity. 
Rightfully, there is no hesi- 
tation on the part of these lea- 
ders, to dismiss from the ser- 
vice any officer unfit to serve 
our people. None of us would 
want to live in a community 
without our law aiforcein«^ 
agencies. 

We all would do well to ask 
ouraelves this question: Wh^ 
v.ould it take, as a salary and 
irli^e benefits, to persuade me 
1 1 don a police uniform and then 
p'-rform the duties with dedl- 
ution and determination? 

To express my own personal 
^> lings, it would go like this: 
:; H V .^ r has a good police off- 
1 -r's pay been commensurate 
Aith the services he renders. 
Our police deserve more rec- 
>. nition and they should get it. 

i '1. !,. Applegate 



Invited 

The VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 
welcomes letters to the edi- 
tor. All will be printed when 
space permits. Each letter 
most be signed and Include 
address of die writer, but only 
ttie name will be published. 
Letters are Invited on all 
subjects. Ifail then to Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun, P. 0. Box 
657, Virginia Beach, Va., 
23451. 



Thanlcs 

Editor, Virginia Beach Sun: 

Chapter 20, W omen's Auxi- 
liary of the Disabled American 
Veterans, recently organized, 
ai the Beach, wants t" thank 
the SUN for its cov ia?f^ of 
the Charity Bazaar at Pem- 
broke Mall. Our booth u js most 
successful, and w*- ..omen 
am»'eclate the court esv shown 
our members when th» ', come 
to your office. 



Gi^ef^Iiy, 
lln. Jean Allen 



Real Solution 

i Utor, Virginia Beach am: 

There has been much said 
about world problems, racial 
disorder, juvenile delinquency, 
a, i rirn<-; yet no one has any 
r.al solution. It seems to me 
that t' much emphasis is being 
; 1 ; on the materialistic as 
tiif put'-ntial cure and not enough 
,;. the idealistic side of the 
rj in. 

This country was founded on 
f. d, ! vf-, Faith in the Supreme 
beirii- and fellowman and, as old 
fashi ned as it may seem to the 
so. -railed younger generation, I 
Still h. lieve that if the world is 
to t). saved from its-self, we 
must B^'nuinely come back to 
these basics. 

If the r ommunlcation media 
would spfnd just lO'^c of the total 
time alloted on television and 
radio and W\ of the space in 
the printed media, dedlc^ed to 
selling these ideals and take 
away tr' n, selling vice (near 
nurtt advertisements, alcc^l- 
ics, crime shows, easy mwiey 
enticements, etc.) we might at 
least slow down the mass self 
destruction that we are pre- 
sently headed for. 

H. Johnson 



Imoact Funds 

Editor, Virrinla Be«Jh Sw: 
I am vefT MpIV ttrt ^ 



Virginia Beach school super- 
IntendMit (Frank W. Cox) and 
the h^ of the School Board 
(J.W. Bufflngton) have express- 
ed their concern over the lost 
federal impact funds. All our 
local and state office holders 
and prospective office holders 
seem concerned, too. Now, with 
all this high-falootin' power, it 
would seem that we could get 
back our lost funds. Tbe only 
trouble Is that we still lose 
fifty cents on the dollar of that 
money which is rightfully ours. 
The state will continue to usurp 
these funds as long as you, the 
local citizens, let them. Yes, 
vou are guilty through inaction. 

It seems Increasingly clear 
that the only course of action 
is for each am) every citizen 
to write each and every state 
senator and representative, in- 
form these politicians that, if 
they refuse to return 100 per 
cent of the federal impact funds 
to the areas where they belong, 
we (the citizens) will stop the 
funds. After the next legislative 
session (early 1968), if 100 per 
cent of the funds aren't re- 
turned, stop the funds by re- 
turning the federal Impact sur- 
vey cards blank. There is m 
law that says the cards have to 
be filled out when returned. 

Money and votes talk to poli- 
ticians. The only way the legis- 
lative body ylW listen to Tide- 
water and Northern Virginia Is 
a threat to their security, either 
direct or indirect. Therefore, 1 
urge all citizens to write each 
and every senator .jid repre- 
sentative and inform them of 
our displeasure at the loss of 
th^e funds. By the way, this 
effects every citizen of Tide- 
water and Northern Virginia, 
in that, for every dollar of 
federal inpict funds lost you, 
the taxpayer, have to make it up 
locally. 

WUliam W. Carr 



(Editor's note: State legislators 
rq;>re8enting a.V of tbe people 
of greater Virginia Beach today 
are Sate Sen. William P. 
Kellam, Del. E. T. Caton Hi, 
Del. Wlllard H. Moody, State 
Sen. William H. Hodges and 
Del. Pressley B. White. Tlje 
leglslattve terms of Kellam and 
White end at tbe be^nnl^ of 
I9M.) 




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Virginia Beach Circuit Court 

Judges I 

Robert S. Wahab 

Paul W. Acklss 

George W. Vakos 

Decisions Oct. 20 to 26, 1967 

Raymond A. Ballard, Jr., Courtland, Va., appealed Municipal 
Court conviction of reckless driving, found guilty of reekleu 
driving, fined $100.00 and costs. 

John Davis, Route 5, Chesapeake, Va., awpealed Mimicip«l 
Court conviction of reckless driving, found guilty of reckless 
driving, fined $150.00 and costs, and given six months ^ 
sentence, which was suspended for one year on condition of good 
behavior. 

James R. Edwards, Staunton, Va., appealed Municipal Cottrt 
conviction of reckless driving, found guilty of Improper driving, 
lined $50.00 and costs. 

Nancy Lee Grafmyer, Clyde St., Virginia Beach, appealed 
Municipal Court conviction of reckless driving, found guilty of 
improper driving, fined $50.00 and costs. 

VirginiaBeach Municipal Court 

Judges 

Pressley B. Wtiite 

Mary R. height 

Frank E. Butler, III 

Convictions Oct. 20, to 26, 1967 

Clarence J. Wright, Fort Story, Va., convicted of reckless 
driving, fined $35.00 and costs. 

Richard I, Bernard, Paul Jones Lane, Virginia Beach, 
convicted of r»'okless driving, fint-d $25.00 and costs. 

Wallace D. Webster, Dam Neck, Va., convicted of reckless 

driving, fin.-il $25.00 and costs. 

Rachel L. Parnel, Baychester Ave., Norfolk, convicted of 

reckless driving, flhed $50.00 and costs. 

George T, Stagg, MiiWUsex, hnglaml, convicted of recklMS 

driving, fined $50.00 and costs. 



Ruth P. Newby, Cape May, N,J., convicted of reckless drlvlag, | 

fined $50.00 and costs. 



Roy L. Otey, Aragdita Blvd., Virginia Beach, umvlcted of 
reckl^s driving, fined $50.00 .uid costs. 

timothy Seberry, Princess Anne Road, Virynla Beadi, 
convicted of reckless driving, fined $50.00 and cojts. 



Clayton S. Frost, R.F.D. «4, Virginia Beach, convicted of 

reckless driving, fined $50.00 and costs. 

ciarence E. Kitchens, Llmhurst Avenue, Norfolk, convictsdoC 
reckless driving, ^n^•d S25.00 ai^l costs. 



James V. Baxter, Virginia B'-ach Blvd., Virginia Beach, 
convicted of recklt-s^ Iriviug, fiind $75.00 and costs. 



Floyd Cundiff, LSS Dominant, I Ittle Creek, convicted <rf 
reckless driving, fined $50.00 and rosts. 



Paul D, Strieker, Little ( f* k, convicted of reckless driving 
fined $100.00 and costs. 



Lrnest C. Mangus, Brinson Une, Virginia Beach, convicted of 
reckless driving, fined $25.00 and costs. 



Albert L. Sanderlin, Prinress Anne R(ad, Virginia BMCh, 
convicted of retliless driving, finf'd $25.(K) and costs. 



Harry W. Musser, California Ave., Portsmouth, Va., convicted 
of reckless driving, fined $25.00 and costs. 



Lewis C. Liles, Portsmouth Blvd., Portsmouth, Va., convicted 
of reckless driving, fihVl $25.00 and costs. 



Panfllo C. Garcia, Jr., carrier Forrestal.convlctedofredtlesf 
driving, fined $50.00 and costs. 

Talbot S. Kervin, Greenwell Road, Virginia Beach, convlctedd 
possession of an alcoholic beverage on sctool grounds, fined 
$50.00 and costs. 



Virginia Beach Juvenile & 

Domestic Relations Court 

•Judges 
Philip L. Russo 
Mary R. Speight 
' Frank E. Butler, m 



Case Summation Oct. 20, to 26, 1967 

The* court had hearings of 52 juvenile petitions wMch aMcerned 
minors accused of violating state laws or city ordiuacM. None 
of the casM involved felonies. 

CXher cases which the court heard involved 32 mi traffic, six 
on parental non-support and 12 on domestic problems. 



Thi» newapaper ia aent to the offieea of doctor* 
dentiata in Norfolk, Portamouth, Cheaapeake 
and Virginia Beach ax a courteay of Wynne'Wright\ 
Motor Company, your Chry a ler- Imperial DeaUr. 



Thursday, November 2, 1967 



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Smiling pumpkins win 

Pamela Webb's *^astronaut castle" made from a pumpkin tool< 
first prize at Pembroke Mall Shopping Center in a deco j-ating 
contest last week. But the hit among shoppers were the Simmons 
sisters (right), Diane, Carolyn and Donna Jean, who took second. 
They live on Putnam Circle, and Donna earlier won first prize at 
the Pembroke Recreation Center's contest for Halloween cos- 
tumes. (SUN Photo) 

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C.F. Caldwell 
Earns Ribbon 



C. F. Caldwell of Virginia 
Beach was one of 28 students 
in the Naval ROTC program 
at the University of South 
Carolina who received awards 
for outstanding achievement 
during the spring semester and 
summer session. 

Caldwell received the 
Professor of Naval Science 
Leadership Riblwn for " out- 
standing performance on an 
aviation and amphibious cruise, 
for commanding a winning drill 
team and for qualifying as high 
pistol shooter on the aviation 
cruise." 




John N. Parker 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH--Sacks, 
Sacks & Kendall, attorneys at 
law with a Virginia Beach 
branch office, have announced 
the appointment of John H. 
Parker as "resident partner" 
for their office across Virginia 
Beach Boulevard from Pem- 
broke Mall. 

Parker, a graduate of the 
School of Foreign Service, 
Georgetown University and the 
George Washington University 
Law" School, is a member of 
the Saints & Sinners, Princess 
Anne Ruritan, Virginia Beach 
Elks, Fraternal Order of Police 
Associates and the Men's 
Democratic Club, as well as 
local, state and national bar and 
trial lawyer associations. 

Future Stadium Planned 
For Aragona-Pembroke 



Officer C.W. Cover, attached 
to the Beach Borough Police 
Precinct, last week was looking 
over the newly elevated floor in 
the garage of his home when he 
heard strange noises coming 
from the garage. Investigation 
showed the family's puppy 
"Wimper" had crawled under 
the floor through an outer wall 
opening, and was sealed inside 
when the blocks were replaced. 
Cover crawled under the home 
from the opposite 6nd, and 
brought "Wimper" to safety. 
He said "Wimper" lived up to 
his name during his imprison- 
ment. 

After much planning, L.T, 
Duvall, attached to the Beach 
shore patrol, was all set for a 
long weekend hunting deer. His 
leave papers were approved, 
supplies were in, and Duvall 
was lliinking about the "big 
buck" he was going to down. 
His wife, however had other 
ideas. He had to cancel his trip 
for the arrival of the couple's 
baby daughter. His wife, 
Patricia, and daughter Michele 
are doing fine. 

A course in advanced first 



Barbara R. Leitman, pro- 
motion director at Pembroke 
Mall Shopping Center, was in 
Atlanta, Ga., early tiiis week to 
speak to the International Coun- 
cil of Shopping Centers on her 
Mother's Day promotion at the 
mall last May. 



Mutual Automobile Insurance 
Company in the Janaf Office 
Building. 



Charles C. Kirkpatrick, 
president of Rosewood Memor- 
ial Park Cemetery, announced 
that Charles D. (Chuck) Parnell, 
28, Is new territory manager 
for the cemetery off N. Witch 
Duck Road. 



Charles A. Martak, a Virginia 
Beach man who manages the 
Tidewater Better Business 
Bureau and is past president of 
the Advertising Club of Norfolk, 
has Ijeen elected Virginia 
governor of the 3rd District, 
American Advertising Federa- 
tion. 



BAYSIDE BOROUGH-The 
Aragona-Pembroke Little Lea- 
gue, with help from a cemetary 
owner, is planning a future 
$10,000 stadium smack in the 
middle of Aragona Village so 
500 youngsters will have a 
regular place to play ball. 

The site of the stadium has 
been leased to the leape for 
five years by Charles C. Kirk- 
patrick, president of Rosewood 
Memorial Park Cemetery off 
North Witch Duck Road and 
Princess Anne Memorial Park 



Cemetery off Great Neck Road 
in Lynnhaven Borough. 

The wooded site for the Little 
League ball park is just north 
of Witch Duck Road and west of 
Aragona Boulevard. 

Members of the Aragona- 
Pembroke committee working 
on "Operation Home," the name 
of a fund raising drive for the 
new baseball stadium, are Ric- 
hard Phelps, Councilman Law- 
rence Marshall, Pat Knarr, Joe 
Miller, Lou Assaid, Mrs. Prls- 
cilla Beede, Fred Gauthier, 
Louis Broy and Jake Hardison, 



C.P. Warren of Mantle Lane 
here has been awarded a 
diploma from Vale Technical 
Institute, BlalrsviUe, Pa., after 
taking a three- week advanced 
training course. He is a claim 
refffesentative for State Farm 



Scott Taylor, president, and 
Bailey Parker, Alford W.Wells, 
Jim Adams, and Robert Wain- 
wrlght, members of the Virginia 
Beach Board of Realtors, are 
planning to attend the 60th 
annual convention of the National 
Association of Real Estate 
Boards in Washington, D. C., 
November 10-16. 



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Alvin Rodgers says his fello^. 
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Two new men were named J.P.'s 
under the system. 
Kelly Rice, working 
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PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT 



VHVi SfRAIGHT 

Democratic 

IN VIRGINM BEACH 



EDWARD T. CATON HI 
W.Hi HQDGpS.;W.J:^:.MpODy. 
fiemoprat'ic Norhi/iees for 
State Senator - Srti Senatorial 
. • . ,7 tMstuqtiV ; . 

B.R.'MIDbLETON 
KENNETH N. WHITEHURST, 
Democratic Nominees for 
House of Delegates 

JOHN V. FENTRESS 
Democratic JfomlBee '"for tie- 
election ,Cleiik of Circuit Court 



JR. 



ANDRE EVANS 

Democratic Nominee for 

Commonwealth's Attorney 



JOHN E. MARR 
Democratic Nominee for Re- 
election City Sergeant 



V. ALFRED (JACK) 
ETHERIDGE 
Democratic Nominee for Re- 
election City Treasurer 



IVAN p. MAPP 
Democratic Nominee for Re- 
election Commissioner of 
Revenue 



WE the undersigned citizens of Virginia Beach urge that you 
vote the Straight Democratic Ticket in the General Election 
next Tuesday, November 7. We are convinced that the Demo- 
cratic Candidates must be ^\ecXefi^^f^M(ff^i^^'mmwt- 



Beoeh. 



Helen Hudgins 

Karen C. Roebuck 

Sandra Nipper - . . . -• 

HafrittWilfiami?' **■''*•'-• ■ 

Lucflfe Gi liloet^ ■ \ / ^kir V 

Jean Houchins ^. . 

Bernice Henley' 

Sarah L. Ashworth 

Charlotte M. Waterfield 

Atla H. Walters 

Judy Brown 

MiUan T.i^liand,,' , , 

Mrs! Janies tf.^barrett' 

Mrs. T.J. Gtf>f%tt;r$ri;\' 

Otto Waterfield 

James G. Kellam' ' 

A.L. Bonney, Jr. 

J.E. Munden HI 

L.G. Darden 

William G. Pharr 

HiC, Shirley . ^ . .. - 

WilTiam S. Hadle'y, Jr. 

W.J. Pankiewicz 

George L. Aldridge 

Thomas G. Ayers, Jr. 

Eugene C. Basden 

Horace Simmons 

John C. Bradburne 

Jatnes E. i^ee..-, . < 

Charles Field IV 

N.P. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Stanley 

C.W. Edwards 

M.G. Godsey • 

J.T. Crosswhite, Sr. 

M.H. Marshall, Jr. 

Mrs. Joh|i C. Bradburne 

Li J. Biupgess ■■ ' 

W.H.Davis . ■,: ,. .. 

M.L. Moore 

Jeanette S. Jones 

Margaret M. Hood 

Helen L. Preston 

Margie C. Woodhouse 

Mason Gamage 

Dbrathf U Atw€tter> .> ' 
Garland M. ^twater, Jr. 
Bill Saunders- ' 

J.A. Absalom 
Stanley Williamson 
Jack Jennings 
W.W. Oliver, Jr. 
Mrs. Jam^ Snyder, Jr. 
Miis. Doh Cwsewxj.'^^ .. i > 
George Darden 
Harry B. Price, Jr. " ' 

Dr. Leslie B. Gore 
A.L. Redfearn 
Capt. Keith E. Parry 
Mrs. James Roebuck 
Mrs. James Srjowft,.<^i . 
Mrs. Richard ri, i'o*ell, Jr. 
Joseph Gawf^ *«. ''■ ' 
Vincent; E. Armstrong" 
John P, N^wbold ,, 
W.n Foster;%!r. •■'■** 



Mrs. Jack Price 
Frank Torreyson 
Mrs. F.L. DuBois 
Mrs. Fred Winfree 
Mrs. Rodney (Gladys) White 
Fletcher Bryant 
Mrs. J.C. Cheshire 
Mrs. Claudious Morris 
Mrs. C.E. Upton, Jr. 
Mrs. Joseph Larson 
Mrs. Cherry Sawyer 
Bennie Etheridg^ 
. Claude Garrett 
Peter Afela^to 01 
Mrs. DKvid Jackson 
E.G. Erbard 
Henry Carney 
William Dicker 
Mrs. Manl^ C. Fortune 
Mrs. E.L. Benson 
Fred Aucsttnp 
Mrs. Theodore Mullenax 
Chartes Saiaughnessy 
Mrs. Wilson Shepheard 
Mrs. Loflls Mirman 
Mrs. H«6ry Carney 
Mrs. Join Fowler 
R.C. Copeland 
Mrs. Joseph Edone 
A. Lee Haribury 
Michael Henry 

Richard R. Absalom 
G, Dewey Simmons, Jr. 
Earl M. Tebault 
K.N. Whitehurst 
D. Murray Malbon 
Robert B. Cromwell, Jr. 
Frank A. Dusch 
Lawrence E. Marshall 
Albert L, Bonney 
George R. Ferrell 
J. CurUS Payne 
Sidney 6. Kellam 
David L. Cassida 
Richard D. Guy 
Robtrt E, Harrington 
Jean Ray Cassida 
Kerawtii R, Melson 
Owen Pickett 
E.A. Cuiverhouse 
Mrs. J.Y, Fentress 
Elslt M. Gilliam 
Gerald F. Williams 
F. Dotakl Reid 
C. Oral Lambert, Jr. 
wnUaSB Marshall Jones 
H.E. Hogge 
DcrnaU S. Wyroan 
Arttmr N. ^Wiite 
JsanwW. Trench 
WiUIam W. Davis 
TJ. Wool 
Car«lyn S« MUls 
tWz B. Mblnger 
GCFrald RObii^er 
GUes G. Do(k} 

III TRI 



J. Dale Bimson 
Jatnes R. Morro* 
Karen Morrow 
Louis Thurston 
James E. Garrett 
Mrs. KeUy D. Rice 
Donald T. Fantone 
A.R. Mailhes 
Graham R. White, Jr. 
Evelyn K. Dugroo 
Betty Sue Ackiss 
Clara Belle Shirley 
Patsy Shipp .% ' ■' 
W.W. Connell, Jr. 
G.W. Collins 
Johnny M; Strickland 
Ella Wright , . 

DoUie Gray 
George 0. Tyner - 
Clyde N. Merritt 
W. B. Meekins 
W. Ray Melton 
Thomas T. Moody 
Walter M. Smith 
George W. Thomas 
C. Carlton Hickman 
Charles E. Upton, III 
Mrs. Byron Bailey 
Lowell K. Clarke 
Woodrow W. Ford, Sr. 
William S. fruit 
George N. Gabriel, Jr. 
Edward A, Koster 
Robert F. McKown 
Dr. John M. Pool 
C.I. Siler ' 
Robert 0. Walker 
John L. Leary 
Michael Themides 
Bruce T. McCuUough 
Jennings Furlough 
James Snyder 
C.C. Absalom 
M.F. Camp .. 
C.W. Cashman, Jr. 
Otis C. Dirden 
Orvin C^ Ev^ . 
John A. Fahey 
Melvin J. Grimstead 
George B^- Harper 
Gene A, Joyner 
R.T. Lowery 
William H. Lyons, Jr. 
James G. Malley 
John F. Mdntyre, Jr. 
Philip J. Terveer 
Tony Thomas 
W. Francis Taylor, Jr. 
W.S. (CHick) Braithwalte 
Mrs.^Joan Lbc«s 
J.D. Qr^^ry 
Mrs. La;telo Aranyi 
Robert M. Evans 
C.R. Sparrow 



VIRGINIA BEACH GENERAL ELECTION 

NEXT TUESMY, NOV. 7 

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I st(md here as my sister before me 

To wish all men bf the sea safe return home. 



The people of Moss. Norway, have sent me 
to commemorate Norwegian and Americon 
seamen who perished together when the 
Norwegiwi bark "Dictator" of Moss was 
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&iaVIR6INIA BEACH SUN 

Thursday, November 2, 1967 




John Fentress takes notesat the Woman's 
Democratic Club of Virginia Beach and 
Princess Anne luncheon last Friday while 
club president, Mrs, FrancisGeiger, wat- 
ches the speaker. Most of the Democratic 
candidates for office in the November el- 
ection spoke briefly at the meeting. 





COLUM 





By Carolyn McAllen 



Family Struck 
By Bare Facts 



My husband is not a barber— at least not one judging from 
the results on our three-year old son. 



Maybe he'll set a new style. At least it's different. The last 
time prices were raised at our local barber Sliop, the Man 
of the -House decided it was senseless to spend that much 
money to trim a little boy who rarely goes cut in public any- 
how. So, having a pair of poodle clippers hairiy, he set tcwork. 



Our son was his usual cooperative self and not much wigg- 
lier than usual. Dear husband picked the kitchen for the shear- 
ing.„somehow he forgot to put down newspapers on the floor 
first. . ' 



- Our son now resembles a disaster area. From the looks, 
I don't know if growing out would be an improvement or not. 
The top looks like early John F, Kennedy Jr,..bowl style 
that is. But the bottom Is shaved. There's no tapering In be- 
tween. 



And the sideburns! Or maybe I should say lack of side- 
burns. 



His hair line ends just even with the tops of his ears. You 
almost have to see it to bellve it. 



But at least Son doesn't mind. 
laugh at Urn. 



.even though his sisters ik) 



TUs was Iwl enough, but you should see the poodle! He 
looks like a sk^in^ rat— with a lop-sided top knot. Husband 
k^ tryli% to even up &e poor creature. He evened him q> 
to mMag, We dog will lave to wear^sveater Ms wilder 
in self-defMN. 



A utumn Events Fill Week 



The only thing missing for a traditional Halloween party 
Saturday night was a full moon. The Virginia Beach Jaycees had 
the party at the Gay Vacationer. Everyone had to be in costume 
to be admitted. 

The "hippies" were cool in their costumes, but the rabbits and 
cave men must have been fairly hot in the close quarters. All had 
to keep their masks on for the first hour. 



From the looks of the costumes, this was definitely the "year 
of the hippies." In fact, the Jaycees were dressed in everything 
except the traditional Halloween skeletons, witches, etc. There 
was one "Great Pumpkin," though. 

On other occasions during the week the ladles of the Woman's 
Democratic Club entertained the Democratic candidates, andthe 
Men of Galilee Episcopal Church took over the cooking and 
cleaning up to serve oysters to their ladies. 





Bob Flannlgan, at six feet seven inches, was probably one of the 
tallest (and hottest) Harvey's in history. 



The Men of Galilee Episcopal Church turned the tables on the la- 
dies and did all the work at the church's second annual oyster 
roast in honor of the women and their guests. Among those enjoy- 
ing oysters were Buck Walsh, serving, Maury Jackson, president 
of the Men of Galilee, Doug Huggard, Barbara Jackson and Ann 
Beasley. 
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In Public School 




Visiting Teachers Do Everything But Teach 



PR. ANNE BOROUGH- Visiting 
for homelx)und students. 



teachers are not teachers secondary students. 



Their basic job, according to Bruce MrCuire, director of ele- 
mentary administration, is to act as a liaison between the home 
and the school in problems relating to excessive absence or 
truancy, indigent pupils, special needs such as related to emot- 
ional problems, etc. 

Their job is relatively new to the Virginia Beach public 
school system. Last year there were two of them, Mrs. Catherine 
Dozier, who coordinates the program, and Mrs, Maxine Bugg. 
Two more were added this fall, Miss Betty Bracey and Mrs. 
Doris Knox. All are qualified to work with Iwth elementary and 



Two of them are paid by the federal 89-10 operating budget un- 
der the "bridging the gap" program and the other two out of the 
public school budget, although all four work directly in the public 
school system. 

"It takes a particular type of person for this job," said 
McGuire, "one with sympathy and empathy for the problems." 

"It's hard to work on a schedule," said Mrs. Dozier. "It 
has to be flexible." Although regular visits to schools are 
planned, emergency calls from principals are coisldered first. 




Miss Bracey, Mrs. Knox, Mrs, 
all together. 



Dozier and Mrs. Bugg In a rare moment when they were 

I 



Mrs. Dozier u.s"<7 a ficticnALS boy with behavior problems as 
an example. First the < l;t.s.sroiim t«ai:her reixirts her problems 
to the principal. Then thf principal calls the visiting teachers' 
office at Prlnc»-ss Am,' Court House, ,They share a temporary 
building behind the Schcjol Administration -Building wUh several 
supervisors.) 

A visit to the school is mafJ*- by the visiting teacher. "We like 
to observe the child in the classroom, on the playground or in 
the cafeteria to get a b'tter fctling forth'- situation," said Mrs. 
Dozier. This is follo'^Kfl ty ;> vi.sit t. th' home to talk wl|h the 
parents. 

\ 

"Parents usually '^ o' t In Ip u- ," Mi:,, iXizier said. "They 
are usually aware of i robUms aiii are helpless and hopeless, 
just waiting for soni^oii- to takf the initial step, 

"In the first honie visit we are often a sounding board and 
listen to complaints aVxmt everything in general." She said that 
many times the child's problem may stpm from a family sit- 
uation rather than the child himself. 

Usually more than on*' home visit is required to'tnake a 
referral. This may re 3iilt in a referral to a public agency such as 
the Mental Hygienf- Clinic, the Public Health Department or, 
In extreme cases, the juvenile court as a last resort. 

"It's no secret w- have a lack of community resources,** 
Mrs. Dozier said, as the others nodded In agreement. "What 
we have are cooperative, but they can only go so far. We are 
limited by cost and distance. 

"More and more people are asking 'Where do I turn now?" 

Ottier aspects of their job Include securing home bouwl In- 
struction for children as needed, getting sight saving materials 
(books In large type) for legally-blind or sight-ha«U«OT»ed % 
children, working with children who have adjustment problems, 
encouraging families to contact agencies for help aixl worUt« 
with welfare officials. 

"A great deal of time at the beginning of sctool is spent on 
indigent children whose families caift afford text bo<As fot 
ttiem," Mrs. Dozier said. ."The Welfare Department gives «6 
a list of families they knew of, and school offlcials give i£ 

others." 

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As M(£ulre summwl it up, "I don't know what we'd iks with- 
out them." 



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Men Like Tlairi Cooking 




Mrs. Gilliam Irth^rthi 
kitchen. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH-- 
Margaret (Mrs. Charles) Gill- 
iam Is a modest woman who 
disclaims any credit for being 
an outstanding cook, but there 
are tboee who know her (and 
have eaten her food) who would 
disagree with this. 

"I'm not a gourmet cook," 
she states flatly, "I just cook 
plain food, and that's what men 
like." She's in charge of men's 
suppers at Galilee Episcopal 
Church. 

"I took tbe Job because n(AK)dy 
else wMild do it, and I didn't 
miiKl doing It. It's not hard 
work for me." 

She was one of the mainstaiys 
behind ttie "Loavw and Fisbeis" 
cookbook put out by the women 
of Galilee, and now is busily 
involved in plans for the Galilee 
bazaar of which she is co- 
chairman wltt her sister-in- 
law, Mrs. James Kitdiin. The 
bazaar will be Nov. 15. 

"I don't see bow any woman 
can stand not being busy. I 
always have plenty to do," Mre. 
Gilliam said. 

When she is home on Good- 
speed Rotd, it Is for only seven 
months a year. During the sum- 
mer months she helps her 
mother op««te the Sea Hawk 
Motel (includir^ the restaurant). 
"If you didn't love people, you 
couldn't do hotel work," she 
commented. 

As if she didn't have enoi^ 
to keep her occupied, she has a 
daughter, 22, in college, a son, 
17, in high school and another 
daughter, 13, in junior high. 

A North Carolinian, Mrs. 
"Gilliam cooks, "mostly South- 
ern food." Following are 
several (A her bvorite recipes. 

SHRIMP GUMBO 

2-4 lb. shrimp for 12 
(5 lb. for 16 or 18) 
pinch of red pepper 



rd home—the church 

oniwi, green pepper and 

garlic, sauteed 
2 no. 2 cans of tomatoes 
2 caiffi tomato paste 
1 can tomato puree 
1 tsp. sugar 
1 pinch soda 

Mix and cook together (ex- 
cept for the shrimp) slowly 
2 1/2 to 3 hours. Cook shrimp, 
starting with cold water, and 
boil about 2 min. with 1 T.salt. 
Add to sauce the last half hour. 
Serve over rice. 

CHOCOLATE UPSIDE DOWN 
CAKE 

Sift together: 
1 c. flour 
3/4^ sugar 



1 1/2 T. cocoa 

2 tsp. baking powder 
3/4 tsp. salt 
Add to al)ove: 
1/2 c. milk 
2 T. melted butter 
1 tsp. vanilla 
Pour into greased 8x8 inch 
square pan. Make a thin syrup 
from and following ingredients 
and boil 5 min. 
1/2 c. brown sugar 
1/2 c. white sugar 

1 c. hot water 

2 T. cocoa 

Pour above over batter. Don't 
stir. Bake 30 min. at 350 F. 
While baking, the syrup sinks 
to the bottom to thicken. Serve 
warm, upside down with whip 
cream or ice cream. 

BANANA BREAD 

1 c. sugar 
1/2 c. butter 

3 mashed bananas 

2 eggs 

1/2 teas, salt 

1 tsp. soda 

1 c. chopped nuts 

Cream butter, sugar, bananas 
and eggs. Sift other dry ingre- 
dients and add to above. Fold in 
nuts. Bake in small (greased 
and floured) loaf pan at 300 F. 
for 45 min. to an hour. 

Parents to Meet 
Sunday at QDC 

On Sunday, Nov. 12, Tide- 
water Chapter No. 166, Parents 
Without Partners, Inc., will 
hold its monthly meeting in 
rooms 106-107, of the Lewis 
Webb Center, Old Dominion 
College at 7 p.m. 

Richard S. Cofer Jr., psy- 
chologist with the Portsmouth 
Public School System, will be 
guest sp^ker. 



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Meeting 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH-More 
than 30 representatives of about 
25 Virginia Beach garden clubs 
attended the fall meeting of the 
Tidewater District, Virginia 
Federation of Garden Clubs, 
last Thursday at the Lake 
Wright Motel. 

Mrs. W.H. McHenry of Town 
and Country Garden Club in 
Virginia Beach gave the wel- 
come to the nearly 200 women 
who attended the meeting of 
which Virginia Beach is host 
every two years. 

Mrs. Charles T. Benjamin 
of Richmond, state federation 
president, was a guest at the 
meeting and reported on the 
National Federation of Gar- 
den Clubs, headquarters build- 
ing, which recently was com- 
pleted in St. Louis, Mo. 

Mrs. E.F. Rudiger of Nor- 
folk, antl-litterbug chairman, 
asked individual clubs in the 
federation to sponsor anti- 
litterbug poster contests In 
schools near them. 

The federation also voted to 
endorse building a regional 

(See 'District' Page 8.) 




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Fred Lee Teagle Jr., son of 
Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Teagle ST. 
of L(A)augb Drive aixl a graduate 
of Princess Anne High, tiag been 
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PFAFFTOWN, N.C.--Mr. and 
Mrs. Gerald E. Budd of Route 1, 
Pfafftown, N.C., announce the 
engagement of their daughter, 
Jane Ann to Forbes Kellogg 
Braithwaite of Virginia Beach. 

He is the sori of Mrs. Olive 
Clark of Cavalier Drive and the 
late Millard Forbes Braith- 
waite. 

The wedding is planned for 
September, 1968, at St. Paul's 
Episcopal Church in Winston 
Salem, N.C. 

Mr. Braithwaite presently is 
serving in the U.S. Army in 
Viet Nam. He is a graduate of 
Augusta Military Academy. 



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mental health treatment center 
for the Tidewater area. 

Federation officers include 
Mrs. Arthur H. Galla^er of 
East Kings Road, recording 
secretary and custodian, and 
Mrs. August H. Culpepper of 
Wakefield Drive, parliamentar- 
ian. 

Committee Chairmen from 
Virginia Beach include Mrs. D. 
C. Heath of Battery Road, pre- 
sident's advisory committee; 
Mrs. L.H. Shinn of Green Val- 
ley Drive, books; Mrs. M. J. 
Schwartz of Plantation Drive, 
Civic improvement; Mrs. David 
Stormont Sr. of Bobolink Drive, 
flower show; Mrs. Malcolm H. 
Todd Jr. of Chesopeian Trail, 
flower show school; Mrs. Ric- 
hard C. Dunaja of Lake Shore 
Road, horticulture; Mrs. C. J. 
Paschang of Duncannon Lane, 
junior garden clubs; Mrs. R.L. 
MuDQ of Bounty Road, perma- 
nent home and natioiuil life 
members; Mrs. Larry Snider 
of Hill Prince Road, visiting 
gardens, aod Mrs. Woodrow 
Dixon of Lakeview Drive, world 
gardening. 




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Carroll and Mrs. Herb Repass of the Amphibious BaseCPO Wives 
Club chat at a ^*Welcome Aboard" coffee with Mrs. Naomi Comess 
(with'magazine) and Mrs. Stephen Johnson, {2nd from right) wife 
of the commanding officer. 



R-M Alumnae 
Set Meeting 

The Randolph-Macon Woman^ 
College Alumnae Association 
will have its fall meeting at 10 
a.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at the 
Algonquin House in Norfolk. 

The meeting will include 
coffee, business meeting, alum- 
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elephant sale. 



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iamentarians, will be held Nov. 
8 aiKl 9, at the Commodore 
Country Club, on Southern 
Boulevard. The Institute wiilt>e 
taught by Mrs. Donald D. Funk, 
Registered Parliamentarian. 



The Kempsville Garden Club 
had an unusual Progress Dinner 
last Saturday, starting with 
cocktails in the home of Mrs. 
W.E. Stuflett, then having a main 
course in the home of Mrs. 
H.D. Pugfa aixl dessert in the 
home of Mrs. F.L. Black. Mrs. 
Merwyn Keller five days earlier 
presented an interesting pro- 
gram on "Table Arrange- 
ments." Mrs. Byrd, Mrs. Pugh, 
Mrs. Moore, Mrs. McCord and 
Mrs. Bamforth won ribbons. 



Mrs. Sue Gimbert demonstra- 
ted various ways of drying 
flowers for members of the 
Homestead Garden Club at an 
Oct. 17 meeting, at the borne 
of Mrs. S.A. Bundy. Mrs. Eu- 
gene Dillon was co-hostess, and 
judges from nearby Westview 
Garden Club made awards for 
exhibits. 



Mrs. Patricia Counts has 
more to be ha^y about these 
days than just laving been el- 
ected vice president of the Nat- 
ional Association of Navy 
Wives' Clubs. 

Her oldest son James, 19, is 
home on 30 days' leave after a 
year's t6ur of Navy duty in 
Vietnam. Also home at their 
Honeygrove Road address is the 
family's f^her, Master C.P.O. 
James' Carl Counts, on leave 
from his Grand Turk, West 
Indies, duty station to see his 
son. 

Mrs. Counts was elected to 
the clubs' national board at 
their annual convention two 
weeks s^ at Patuxent River, 
Md. She will be working clo- 
sely, at least in spirit, with 
the association's president, who 
lives on the west coast.- 

"I will be in charge of sev- 
eral national committees," she 
said. "The research and edu- 
cation committee, for example. 
Aod the avtivities committee." 
Every year, that committee 
presents an award to the wives' 
club which has accumulated the 
most points for community ser- 
vice, Mrs. Counts ejqplained. 
The point system include sudi 
projects as "blood donations, 
ftind drives, Navy Relief work 
—anything that benefits and 
promotes the community." 

In January, Mrs. Counts will 
attend the Navy-Marine Coun- 
cil meeting in Washington, D.C. 

The Counts have four other 
children besides James. They 
range in age from the second 
son, 18, who enters Old Dom- 
inion College in January, to a 
five-year-old still at home with 
Mrs. Counts. 

WINE-TASTING 

Wine-tasting and the Holy 
Land will be two topics on the 
agenda of the Officers' Wives' 
Club ^ Little Creek Naval Am- 
phibious Base during the com- 
ing weeks. 

A schedule of monthly lun- 
cheons will be initiated Nov. 8 
with "B«agic In Your Ciass." 
The limcheon will be at the 
Base omcers' Club. WIvS att- 
ending tbe luncheon have hwa 
asked to bring clothes and mo- 
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will be presented to Navy Re- 
lief workers with 100 or more 
work hours to their credit. 

On Nov. 29, biembei'S of flie 
Wives' Club lecture series idll 
learn more ^ut itie Holy Land. 

Organized classes and social 
activities running the gamijt 
from Oriental flower-^arrangiiig 
and oil painting to gymnastics 
and bird-watching began In 
S^tember for the club's 1^ 
members. 

l^rs. James S.Spielman, act- 
ivities chairman, said most of 
the lessons will terminate in 
early or mid-November, but 
will be renewed in January if 
interest is peat enough. 

CPO WIVES, LITTLE CREEK 

Mrs. Samuel H. McCarroU, 
president of the Naval Amphil>- 
ious Base Chief Petty Officers' 
Wives' Club, reports that her 
group has been collecting can- 
ned goods for the past six weeks 
which wiUgp into Thanksgiving 
baskets. The baskets will be 
distributed through the base 
chaplain's office. 

The CPO Wives' Club is a 
supporter of TARC and the 
Catholic St. Mary's Home for 
children. 

Two weeks ago the club held 
its annual "Welcome Ab(»rd" 
coffee for new wives. Held at tiie 
CPO Club, the coffee was plan- 
ned by Mrs. L. Geller, with 
Mrs. G.A. Pippin and Mrs. D. 
Broadwater's assistance. 

Mrs. McCarroU said a 
Christmas dinner-dance willlw 
held at the CPO club Dec. 16 
for the wives and their hia- 
bands. Chairman for the Christ- 
mas party is Mrs. Lucille 
Church. 

A CHANGE OF COMMAND 

A hail and farewell dlimer 
recently toi;4>ed off change of 
command ceremonies at NAS 
Oceana. 

Cmdr. B.A.WelsheitreUeved 
Cmdr. E.T. Wooldrldge as 
commanding officer of Figtiter ^ 
Squadron 84. ' 

Durii^ the dimier at the< 
NAS Otncers* Cl«),Cmdr.B.A, 
W eisheit - on behalf of the V F-84 
squadron— presented departing 
Cmdr. Wooldrldge with a sil- 
ver cigarette box engraved with 
tite names of the squadron off- 
icers. Cmdr. Weisheit then 
presented Lt. and Mrs. Peter 
G. Glileece with a silver cha- 
fing dish from the squadron. 

Special guests at the dinner 
were the squadron's new ex- 
ecutive officer, Cmdr. Glen 
Lennox, and Kenneth L. Shug- 
art and Mrs. Shugart. He Is 
commander of Carrier Air 
Wing Seven. 

Cmdr. Wooldrldge, who ttves 
in Bay Colony, has been assign- 
ed to Commander Naval Air 
Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, tf 
Norfolk. 

FAAWTC OFFICERS' WIVES 

Officers' wives at the Fleet 
Anti-Air Warfare Training 
Center, Dam Neck, were to have 
a coffee today at the home of 
Mrs. Joan Sipes, wife of Cmdr. 
Lester H. Sipes. ' 

According to Mrs. WUIiam 
Braun, president of the Dam 
Neck Officers' Wives' Club, 
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Virginia Beach Sun 



Knights Are After the Wildcats 



Page 9 



PR. ANNE BOROUGH»The 
Kellun HMHi KaifMi, wttli a 
wlnniiiC M«MB Hoonl tor Hm 
(tnt tlB«, vtobfft isto Chan- 
pMlw ttm FrtdiyDlittlotiagle 
vitb tlM C^Mt BHdftWUdeats. 

Rlglit Bdv^ todi t«uii0 lttv« 
idcnfletl Mi|R» rMor<li»flTc 
wins bi •»« flartt. Am) bodi 
clidMi havi bMi bMttn by die 
Prlnettt Ann* CtviUen. 

As Wildcat turn at Great 
Bridge are talklBg vfctory, 
Coacb CharUe Caldwell of 
Kellam la pmiarinc Ma teun 
for ttielr tooi^ o«rt-dr-aie- 
dty game this year. 

Wblle Great Brtt^e was beat- 
ing Deep Creek 26 to 14 at a 
"bomeoomlng" last Fridajr^tte 
KeUam Ka^U were trtdfidiig 
the Grubf Coaels 7 to 0, at a 
Kellam homeoonlng, 

Katligr Sigmw won the "queai" 
tioiwrs, and ftiUbadc llUw Brown 
w(H> tiM foeOitll game with a 
one-yard plonge la tte first 
quarter, Bob Carwo quarter- 
backed most <rf Om game. 

Some otlMr Kal^ts wlio bave 
been ^anknts Omm tar in the 
season— David Pace, Ernie 
Brown, Dooley Blasell, David 
Trax, Alan Clements, Mike 
Futrell and Jobn Grady. 

Falcons Have 
^niing Team 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH- 
When toottiall fani say tbat 
Frank W. Cox High bas aksii« 
foottiall taui, lliey areoolybalf 
rigbt. 

While the vanity Falcoos 
have bad a dismal season v to 
DOW, tbcCoiJayveetoamcoaeb- 
ed by SXuart Bdbmd, haa come 
up with a winning rectvd. 

The Falcon Junior varsity 
whipiMd a vlsitii« Smith High 
Jayvee team ZS to EO last weA, 
giving it a 3-1-2 record. And 
last week's game ended the 
season lor the Jai^ varsity. 

Some of the Jayvees will be 
in the varsity lineop by thetime 
the Falcons N*y host to tiw 
Grader High CooMts of Norfolk 
thU Friday night at Cox High's 
stadlnm. 

Wayne Welrkh andNickRan- 
daxao scorsd tue tht Falcon 
varstty last week. Playing top 
ball 00 the Jayvee sqnad this 
year have been SMfe biqfs u 
Alan Williams, BnddyByrd, 
PhU Wallace, Victor Bailey, 
BUI Adkins, Botch n^aog, Jack 
licEhreen, Mike AsHMra and 
Eddie WHtaker. 





Kellam High's fullback Mike Brown (arrow) slams through the 
Gr-dnby High defense to score the winning TD last Friday. (SUN 
Photo) 




Wayne Weirich (arrow) of the Cox High Falcons heads for a touch- 
down, trailed by three Smith High players, in last Friday's game 
which Smith won. (SUN Photo) 



By Rita Mott 
BRUNSWICK PLAZA BOWL 

The Thursday Nlte Mixtd Bowlers report Ed Aumen taking 
both game and series honors, 223-593; he converted the 
.6-7-10 split on the way; Dorothy Short-201 and Lorraine 
Langford-530 led the ladies; team No. 4 led the league with 
707-2,049. The Plaza Belles have Kay Leone in the spotlight, 
212-527; The Accidentals held team honors, 684-1,889. 

Friday Nite Mixed League men were led by rom Baitour, 
214-588; Nita Evans racked up 247-580 to lead the gals (an- 
other Nita complimented this column); the Jacks and Jills' 
Ron Pugliese-236-563, Juanita Carmody-165-444 led the league; 
team No. 9 had 673-1,910 for game and series honors. 

Friday Nite Mixed Foursome League had Berk Hall, 163- 
420, and Virginia Tyler 142-358 leading the league; Bea Land 
won a Big 40 Club patch with her 135 game. 

Sunday Night Bowlers' League, Mark Downing, 208-568, 
and Peggy Mayo, 177-476, led the league; S'enter's TV won 
team honors-696-1965. The new Slow Starters had a sizzling 
start with Kitty Powell having a 224-531; Team No. 8 led with 
1,985. 

Helen Smith led the Tuesda,y Morning Strikers league with 
202, Thelma Chepan had the series high with 491; Team No.l 
rolled 717-1.915 to lead the league. 

The Wednesday Morning Housewives leape was led by 
Pam Giardano, 127-321, and Lena Tarkenton tied with 321; 
the Roller Bowlers team had high game, 397, the Bowling Bells 
took the series with 1,149. 

BAYSIDE BOWL 

Friday Morning Scratch Doubles league was led by Virginia 
Opalio, 598, and Nita Dunn, 552. 

Rita Looper led the Thursday Nite Ladies Classified league 
with 245; Dee Pouttu had the high series with 550; Jean Powell, 
a regular 136 bowler, hit the spot to roll a 222 game and 507 
series. Men's Classified League was led by George Baier, 
601; Don Cameron-598; Jack Buchanon, 596. 

The Tuesday Men's Business League good bowlers were 
Robert Davis, 223; Jim Morgan, 585. 

Wednesday Nite Ladies were led by Geraldine Merritt, 240- 
534, and Pete Turner, 211-581. The Early Birds game leader 
this week was Barbara Cromwell, 189. Series cMifrip was 
Norma Bunting, 499. 



Bayside Bowl regularly names a Bowler of the Month, with 
a roll-off for the Bowlers of the Year. Harold Donovan, 620, 
and Dee Pouttu, 545, recently won the honors. 

A final word about the upcoming tournament at Fairlanes 
Military Bowl, November 4-5 and 11-12. Registrations are closed. 
The womens association will be selling bowling patches at 
Military Bowl on those dates. 




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Hifh CtvtUen It PrlneeM Asm 
Hlgli's stadlMttlt FrItejrBliM 
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Cotdi JfliB Gradjr of ttwCtv- 
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from Dootld Vea B«Metetea't 
Junior nnUj teaalntlMikine, 
expected kf mm» to beeetyfor 
the iBbeetea CtraUmt. 

Tbe Ctraller Jador wttty, 
whld) von tar of tts tlxpnes 
and tted aaodMr (ite lift win 7 
to over Norviev't Jtyreet 
lest week), lad aa early lanw 
scbedaled Ibia week-oo Wed- 
nesday ^alBst Hm Bayside Hlgb 
Jayvees. TlM Cavallu* Jenlor 
varslty stars laetade David 
Haxtcr, Jerry iUdes aisl Greg 
Olsen u possllde playws lar 
the varsity gane ^alast B^r- 
side PrMiy. 

In laM FrMiy's Cavalier 
varsity via over the Cradock 
AdmlralSpiolai 1Q*'«' >i^ Brace 
Runyui poaneed oa a ftnUe la 
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has beea alMBled praaUMt of 
Virglala WasleyiaCoikgt's 
seoood frertott dan. 

Olhtf ofBears tltetod reeeat- 
ly were Isabel WittiaB of 
Lyachbarg, vice pntUmii 
Gveaa Pdtar of ttoe, a ee re - 
tary; aad Arfoy Shapiro of 
Norfolk, traaaarar. 

Mlas Wattlaa attaaded E.C. 
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ded SoathaaptoB High, aad 
Shapiro altaBiad tforTlMr Rtlh. 

VlTflBia Wasteyaa, vMchhas 
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Intercepted a pass to score one 
TD; Mickey Byrd blociced a 
Cradock punt and went for a 
tOQCbdown; Pete Carpenter ran 
tor three TD's and Bob German 
kldced duree extra points. 

The Bayside Marlins' varsity 
team last week managed to 
score twice against a tough 
Norvlew High squad, although 
iMing 14 to 39. As Mike Mans- 
flek! starred for Norview, Ray 



Emerson scored early for tiie 
Marlins with a 90-yard kick-off 
return, and a Gardner-to-Austta 
pass accounted for the other TD. 
Bayside's junior varsity, 
coached by Joe Lee Cox, had 
won one game, tied two and lost 
two. Cox mentioned Tom ChipcA, 
Bill Petrie, Marty Parrish, BUI 
Rudd, David Growth, Ricky Ccd- 
son and Dennis Pauley as main- 
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Thursdgy» Novamber 2. 1967 



Turkey lime' Is Heor 



The quail hunting season 
opens In western Virginia on 
Nov. 6, and rabbits and grouse 
also will be fair and legal game 
in that port of Virginia until 
Jan. 31. 

Quail, grouse and rabbit hunt- 



ing, however, is not legal in 
Virginia Beach's rural areas 
until Nov. 20, the same time the 
hunting season opens for quail 
and r^Mte cm Virginia's Eas- 
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Also q;>enlng Monday is the 



turkey hunting season, tnA ooiy 
in the Shenandoah Valley of 
Virginia. It opens Nov, ^ Id 
some other parts of the state. 
As for tall turkey huaffibtf fti 
Virginia Beach—It's aplnftlM 
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club for next season and two 
more games to go after this 
week—Lake Taylor of Norfolk 
on Nov. 7 and Norfolk Academy 
on Nov. 10. 

Among the stalwarts on the 
Braves thus far this season 
have been Frank Ratliff, Chris 
Sanderson, Arty Menge, Dwight 
Mitchum, Larry Diaz, Mike Shea 
(brother of Charlie Shea of last 
year's Princess Anne Cava- 
liers), Rick Scarper, Kent 
Little, Joey Moore and Rex 
Springston. 



Loar listed fullback Steve 
Nichols, quarterbacksMike 
Branick and Tommy Atkinson, 
and defensive players Dennis 
Smith and Billy Litchfield as 
junior varsity standouts this 
year. 

Willie Braye's Seahawks at 
Virginia Beach Junior High in 
the Beach Borough lost to 
Norfolk Academy 20 to 6 last 
week. The Seahawks have a 
Friday afternoon game diis week 
(at 4 p.m.) in their home stadium 
against the 8th and 9th grade 
players of Bayside High. 




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Jerry Loar's First Colonial 
jayvees, who won their first 
game of the season last week by 
beating Norfolk Catholic 26 to 
12, end their season with this 
Thursday's game. 



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thus fir (3-1-1). has Clint Brad- 
Shaw, Welton Cowell, Ray 
Whitaker, Edward Flanagan, 
Bruce Washington, Butch Pal- 
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players. 

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Tnak Webster's vanity 
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Virginia Beacli Sun 



♦ LEGAL NOTICES 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
The Virginia Beach Planning 
Commission will comiuct a 
Public Hearing on Tuesday, 
November 14, 1967 at 2 P.M. 
in the Municipal Court, City 
Hall, Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. The 
following applications will 
ai^ear on the agenda. 

I. AK>licalion of the Honor- 
able Council of the City of 
Virginia Beach for a change of 
zoning from Residence Subur- 
ban District 3 (R-S 3) to Limited 
Commercial District 3 (C-L 3) 
on certain property located on 
tiie West side of North Lynn- 
haven Road beginning at a point 
137 feet more or less South of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, run- 
ning a distance of 85 feet along 
the West side of North Lynn- 
haven Road, running a distance 
of 150 feet along the Northern 
property line, running a dis- 
tance of 85 feet along the 
Western property line, and run- 
ning a distance of 150 feet along 
the Southern property line. 
(Pinewood Gardens Area) Lynn- 
haven Borough. 

n. Application of the Honor- 
able Council of the City of 
Virginia Beach for a change of 
zoning from Residence Suburban 
District 3 (R-S 3) to Limited 
Commercial District 2 (C-L 2) 
of certain property located on 
the intersection of Providence 
Road and Indian River Road 
beginning at a point 170 feet 
North of Providence Road (Re- 
located) running a distance of 
260 feet along the Southern 
property line, running a distance 
of 150 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance 
of 240 feet along the Northern 
property line, and running a 
distance of 150 feet along the 
Western property line. (Lake- 
ville Estates Area). Kempsville 
Borough. 

in. Aii^iication of the Honor- 
able Council of the City of 
Virginia Beach for a change of 
zoning from One FVamily Resi- 
dence District (R-1) to General 
Business District (B-2) and a 
Use Permit to construct a 
marina and associated enter- 
prises on certain property 
located on the South side of 
Winston Salem Avenue beginning 
at a point 80 feet more or less 
West of Baltic Avenue and run- 
ning a distance of 640 feet more 
or less aIor% the South side of 
Winston Salem Avenue, runnlt^ 
a distance of 530 feet more or 
less along the Western property 
line. Northern bank of Lake 
Rudee^ running a distance <A 
650 feet more or less along the 
Southern property Iine,of vktich 
a portion is the Northern bank 
of Lake Rudee, running a dis- 
tance of 180 feet more or less 
along the Eastern property line. 
(Shadow law n Heights Area). 
Virginia Beach Borough. 

IV. Awlication of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Defartment of 
Law, for a discontinuance, 
closure and abandonment of an 
unnamed 30-foot road located 
90 feet more or less South of 
Oak Lynn Path and running In a 
Southerly direction 4M feet 
more or less thence running in 
an Easterly direction 140 feet 
more or less to a proposed 50- 
foot right of way. Said street is 
locat«i in Little Haven. (Little 
Haven Area). Lynnhaven Bor- 



* LEGAL NOTICES 

ough. 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH 

V. Application of Aragona 
, Baptist Church for a Use Per- 
mit to construct a church on 
certain property located on the 
North side of Haygood Road 
beginning at a point 555 feet 
more or less West of Hunting 
Hill Lane, running a distance of 
250 feet along the North side of 
Haygood Road, running a dis- 
tance of 855.42 feet along the 
Eastern property line, running 
a distance of 308.06 feet along 
the Northern property line and 
running a distance of 827.40 
feet along the Western property 
line. (Aragona Village Area.) 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH 

VI. Application of Tabernacle 
Baptist Church for a Use Per- 
mit to construct a church on 
certain property located on the 
West sideofWhitehurst Landing 
Road, beginning at a point 1500 
feet more or less North of 
Providence Road, running a dis- 
tance of 916.18 feet on the West 
side of Whitehurst Landing 
Road, running a distance of 543 
feet more or less along the 
Northern property line, running 
a distance of 950 feet more or 
less along the Western property 
line and running a distance of 
933 feet more or less along the 
Southern property line. (Home- 
stead Area). 

VII. Application of the Kemp- 
sville Veterinary Clinic for a 
Use Permit to operate a veter- 
inary hospital on certain pro- 
perty located on the North side 
of Princess Anne Road beginning 
at a point 210 feet more or less 
East of Bonney Road and running 
a distance of 88.66 feet along the 
North side of Princess Anne 
Road, running a distance of 188 
feet along the Eastern property 
line, running a distance of 53.16 
feet along the Northern property 
line, running a distance of 193.85 
feet along the Western property 
line. Eastern property line of 
abandoned Norfolk-Southern 
Railroad Right of Way. (Kemps- 
ville Corner Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH 

vni. Application of Douglas 
F. Mason for a Use Permit to 
oper^e overnight camping 
facilities on certain property 
located 450 feet more or less 
West of Colechester Neck Road 
and 1200 feet more or less 
South of McClannan Lane, run- 
ning a distance of 640 feet 
more or less along the Northern 
property line, running a distance 
of 950 feet more or less along 
the Western property line, run- 
ning a distance of 79io feet more 
o^iSl^NoK ^e Southern pro- 
perty ttlp and running a distance 
of 720 feet more or less along 
the Eastern property line. 
(Lotus Gardens Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 

DC. Application of A. Owens 
Jones, D.V.M. for a change of 
zoning from Residence Duplex 
District 2 (R-D 2) to Umited 
Commercial District 3 (C-L 3) 
and a Use Permit for an animal 
hospital on certain property 
located on the North side of 
Shore Drive beginning at a point 

377 feet more or less East of 
Page Avenue, running a distance 
of 52 feet along the North side 
of Shore Drive. Said lots are 
designated as Lot 22 and the 
Southern 21 feet of Lot 6, Block 
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(Lynnhaven Shores Area). 

X. Application of Otis C. 
Darden for a Use Permit to 
operate a used car sales and 
gasoline supply station on cer- 
tain property located on the 
South side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard beginning at a point 
102 feet more or less West of 
Great Neck Road, running a 
distance of 190 feet along the 
South side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard and runnlngadis- 
tance of 130 feet along the 
.Western property line, running 
*a'.distance of 189 feet more or 
less along the Southern pEoperty 
line and running a distance of 
130 feet along the Eastern pro- 
perty line. (London Bridge 
Area). 

XI. Application of Armond 
Caplan, Alan Fleder and Harry 
Fleder for a change of zoning 
from Limited Commercial Dis- 
trict 2 (C-L 2) to General 
Conimercial District 2 (C-G 2) 
and a Use Permit for a new and 
used car agency on certain 
property located on the. South 
side of Virginia Beach Bouie- 
vard beginning at a point 601 
feet more or less West of Great 
Neck Road, running a distance 
of 345 feet more or less on the 
South side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, running a distance 
of 543 feet more or less along 
the Western property line, run- 
ning a distance of 475 feet more 
or less along the Southern pro- 
perty line and running a distance 
of 352 feet moii. or less along 
the Easternproperty line. (Lon- 
don Bridge Area). 

XII. Application of Viking In- 
vestment C r po r a t i n for a 
change of zoning from Limited 
Commercial District 2 (C-L 2) 
and Residence Suburban District 
3 (R-S 3) to General Commer- 
cial District 3 (C-G 3) on certain 
property located on the North- 
east corner of Button Lane and 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, run- 
ning a distance of 517.5 feet 
along the North side ofVlrginia 
Beach Boulevard, running a dis- 
tance of 626 feet more or less 
along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 238 feet 
along the South side of Oconee 
Avenue, running a distance of 
700 feet more or less along the 
Western property line, of which 
210 feet is the Eastern property 
line of Button Lane. Said lots 
are designated as Site 9 and a 
portion of Site 8, Plat of Oconee 
Park. (Oconee Park Area). 

XIII. Application of Minute- 
man Automatic Car Wash for a 
change of zoning from Limited. 
Commercial District 1 (C-L 1) 
toXieneral Coounercial District 
3 (C-G 3) and a Use Permit to 
operate a car wash with gaso- 
line supply on certain property 
located on the North side of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, be- 
ginning at a point 1200 feet more 
or less East of Plaza Trail, 
running a distance of 244.5 feet 
on the North side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, running adis- 
tance of 136.14 feet on the 
Eastern property line, running a 
distance of 285.88 feet along the 
Northern property line. Said 
parcel being triangular in 
shape. (Princess Anne Plaza 
Shotting Center Area). 

XIV. Application of J, W. 
Arthur by Thomas C. Broyles, 
Attorney, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
2 (R-D 2) to Limited Commer- 
cial District 3 (C-L 3) on cer- 
tain property located on the 
Northwest corner of Shore Drive 
and Kleen Street running a dis- 
tance of 128.06 feet on the North 
side of Shore Drive, running a 
distance of 280.17 feet on the 
West side of Kleen Street, Said 
lots are designated at Lots 1 1, 
20, 21 and 22, Block 6, Plat of 
Lynnhaven Shores. (Lynnhaven 
Shores Area). 

XV. Application of The Banks 
Family, Inc. for a change of 
zoning from Residence Subur- 
ban District 3 (R-S 3) to Limited 
Commercial District 1 (C-L 1) 
on certain property located on 
the East side of North Great 
Neck Road, beginning at a point 
400 feet South of Cape Henry 
Drive, running a distance of 100 
feet along the East side of North 
Great Neck Road, running a 
distance of 259.5 feet along the 
Southern property line, running 
a distance of 100.82 feet along 
the Eastern property line, and 
running a distance of 245.61 feet 
along the Northern property 
line. Said lots are designated as 
Lots 9 and 10, Plat of Lynnhaven 
Park as found In Map Book 22, 
Page 78. (Lynnhaven Colony 
ArGSi^ 

VIRCmiA BEACH BOROUGH 
XVI. AK>lication of Las kin 
Development Corporation by 
Thomas C. Broyles , Attorney, 
for a discontinuance, closure 
and abandonment of a portion of 
Pacific Avenue beginning at a 
point on the South side of Fourth 
Street and running in a Southerly 
direction a distance of 300 feet 
more or less, thence running in 
a Westerly direction a distance 
of 85 feet more or less, thence 
runni^ in a Northerly direction 
a distance of 300 feet more or 
I^s, ttimce running inanEast- 
&\j direction a distance of 15 
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XVn. Application of Las kin 
Development Corporation by 
Thomas C. Broyles, Attorney, 
for a change of zoning from 
Retail Business District (B-1) 
to Motel-Hotel District (M-H) 
and a Use Permit to construct 
a 62-unit motel on certain pro- 
perty located on the South-west 
corner of Fourth Street and 
Rudee Boulevard, running a dis- 
tance of 231.5 feet along the 
South side of Fourth Street, 
running a distance of 280.94 
feet along the West side of 
Rudee Boulevard, running a dis- 
tance of 94 feet along the 
Southern property line, running 
a distance of 245 feet more or 
less along the Western property 
line. Said lots are designated as 
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, and the 
Northern portion of Lots 10, 11, 
and 12. Block D, 

XVin. Application of Richmate 
Enterprises, Inc. for a change 
of zoning from Retail Business 
District (B-1) to General Busi- 
ness District (B-23 and a Use 
Permit to operate a restaurant 
with dancing and entertainment 
facilities on certain pi-operty 
located on the West side of 
Atlantic Avenue approximately 
200 feet more or less North of 
20th Street on certain property 
known as The Rathskeller at 
2014 Atlantic Avenue as shown 
in Map Book 13, Page 26. 

XIX. The Planning Commis- 
sion will conduct a Public Hear- 
ing on an ordinance to amend 
Chapter 20-1 and 20-5 (Trailers 
and Trailer Camps) of the Code 
of the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia to Include major rec- 
reation equipment and the park- 
ing, storage and use thereof. 
More information is available 
in the Office of the Clerk of the 
Circuit Court, Office of theCity 
Manager and the Office of the 
City Planning Commission. 

XX. The Planning Commis- 
sion win conducta Public Hear- 
ing on an ordinance to amend 
Sections 2 and 3 of the Master 
Zoning Plan of the City of 
Virginia Beach to include a 
Planned Unit Development Dis- 
trict and setting forth the proce- 
dure to be followed in making 
application. More information 
is available In the Office of the 
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Of- 
fice of the City Manager and the 
Office of the City Planning Com- 
mission. 

All interested persons are 
invited to attend. 
F. MASON GAMAGE 
Director of Planning 

11-2-2T 

" NOTICE 
TirginlaT ' "^ 

The regular meeting of the 
Council of the City ofVlrginia 
Beach will be held in the Circuit 
Court, City Hall on Monday, 
November 13, 1967, at 2 P.M. 
o'clock at which time persons 
will be heard for and against 
the following proposed changes 
of zoning, use permits, etc.: 

I. Application of the 
Honorable Council of the City of 
Virginia Beach for a change of 
zoning from Residence Duplex 
District 1 (R-D I) to Residence 
Suburban District 4 (R-S 4) of 
certain property bounded by 
South Lynnhaven Road and Lon- 
don Bridge Creek. Said property 
is designated as Sections 10, 
11, 12, Subdivision of Princess 
Anne Plaza recorded in Map 
Book 52, Pages 45, 46, aiui 47. 
Excluded from this is Parcel 
A, shown in Section 11 of Prin- 
cess Anne Plaza; Parcel A, 
shown In Section 12 of Princess 
Anne Plaza; and Lots 19 through 
38, Block 27 as shown in Sec- 
tion 12 of Princess Anne Plaza. 
Princess Anne Borough. (Prin- 
cess Anne Plaza Area). 

n. Application of Lerak 
Investment Corporation by L.L. 
Underwood, Attorney, for a 
change of zoning from Agricul- 
tural District (A-R) and Limit- 
ed Commercial District 2 (C-L 
2) to Limited Commercial Dis- 
trict 2 (C-L 2), General Com- 
mercial District 2 (C-G 2) and 
Residence Suburban District 4 
(R-S 4) of certain property 
located on Holland Road and 
South Lynnhaven Road. 
Parcel 1 to be changed from 
A-R to C-L 2: Beginning at a 
point on the East side of Holland 
Road 1100 feet more or less 
South of South Lynnhaven Road 
rutjhing a distance of 780 feet 
more or less along the East 
side of Holland Road, running a 
distance of 500 feet more or less 
along the Northern property 
line, running a distance of 790 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line and run- 
ning a distance of 470 feet more 
or less along the Southern pro- 
perty line. 

Parcel 2 to be changed from 
A-R to C-L 2: Beginning at a 
point on the East side of Holland 
Road a distance of 700 feet more 
or less South of South Lynnhaven 
Road and running a distance of 
290 feet more or l^s along the 
East side of Holland Road, run- 
ning a distance of ^8 feet more 
or less along the Northern pro- 
perty line, running a distance of 
630 feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line and run- 
ning a distance of 500 feet more 
or l^s along the Southern 



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property line. 

Parcel 3 to be changed from 
C-L 2 to C-G 2: On certain 
property located on the South- 
east corner of Holland Road and 
South Lynnhaven Road running a 
distance of 465 feet more or 
less along the East side of 
Holland Road and running a 
distance of 179 feet more or 
less along the South side of South 
Lynnhaven Road and running a 
distance of425 feet more or less 
along the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 300 
feet more or less along the 
Southern property line. 
Parcel 4 to be changed from 
A-R to C-L 2: Beginning at a 
point on the South side of South 
Lynnhaven Road, a distance of 
515 feet more or less East 
of Holland Road running a dis- 
tance of 813 feet more or less 
along the South side of South 
Lynnhaven Road, running a dis- 
tance of 425 feet more or less 
along the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 813 
feet more or less along the 
Southern property line and run- 
ning a distance of 425 feet more 
or less along the Western 
property line. 

Parcel 5 to be changed from 
A-R to R-S 4: Beginning at a 
point 625 feet more or less South 
of South Lynnhaven Road and a 
distance of 500 feet more or less 
West of Holland Road, running a 
distance of 1900 feet more or 
less along the Norther property 
line, running a distance of 1620 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line and run- 
ning a distance of 3000 feet more 
or less along the Southern pro- 
perty line, running a distance of 
1500 feet more or less along the 
Western property line. (Car- 
dinal Estates Area) Princess 
Anne Borough. 

in. Application of Lotus 
Enterprises, Inc. byKellamand 
Kellam, Attorneys, for changes 
of zoning from Agricultural Un- 
restricted District (A-U) to 
General Commercial District 2 
(C-G 2) and a Use Permit to 
operate a gasoline supply station 
and to Limited Commercial 
District 2 (C-L 2) on certain 
property located on the North 
side of Sandbridge Road begin- 
ning at a point approximately 
1100 feet North of Atwoodtown 
Road. 

Parcel 1 to be changed from 
A-U to C-G 2 and a Use Permit 
to operate a gasoline supply 
station: Running a distance of 
200 feet along the North side of 
Sandbridge Road, runningadis- 
t^nce of 200 feet along the 
Westerh Iflropertf line, rtmning 
a distance of 200 feet along the 
Northern property line, running 
a distance of 200 feet along the 
Eastern property line. 
Parcel 2 to be changed from 
A-U to C-L 2: Certain property 
located on the North side of 
Sandbridge Road running a dis- 
tance of 1610 feet more or less 
along the North side of Sand- 
bridge Road running a distance 
of 600 feet more or less along 
the Western property line and 
running a distance of 2010 feet 
more or less along the Northern 
property line and running a 
distance of 600 feet more or 
less along the Eastern property 
line. (Proposed Subdivision of 
Lagomar Area) Princess Anne 
Borough. 

IV. Application of Lesner 
Bridge Service Corp. for a 
change of zoning from Residence 
Duplex District 2 (R-D 2) to 
Limited Commercial District 3 
(C-L 3) on certain property 
located on the East side of 
Roanoke Avenue beginning at a 
point 100 feet more or less 
North of Shore Drive running a 
distance of 55 feet more or less 
along the East side of Roanoke 
Avenue running a distance of 10 1 
feet more or less along the 
Northern property line, running 
a distance of 50 feet more or 
less along the Eastern property 
line and running a distance of 
97 feet more or less along the 
Southern property line. Said lot 
is desipated as Lot 9, Block 
26, Section B, Plat of Ocean 
Park. (Ocean Park Area) Bay- 
side Borough. 

V. Application of Vivian G. 
Doummar for a change of zoning 
from Retail Business District 
(B-1) to Motel-Hotel District 
(M-H) and a Use Permit to 
construct 20 motel units on 
certain property located on the 
West side of Pacific Avenue 
beginning at a point 30 feet 
North of 29th Street running a 
distance of 115.96 feetalongthe 
Southern property line and run- 
ning a distance of 90 feet along 
the Western property line and 
running a distance of 115.96 
feet along the Northern property 
line and running a distance of 
90 feet along the West side of 
Pacific Avenue. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

VI. Aj^Ucation of Rosalind 
H. Westgate for a Use Permit 
to operate a real estate office 
on certain property located on 
the North side of 32ml Street 
beginnl^ at a point 40 feet more 
or less East of HoUy Road, 
running a distance of 50 feet 
aloi^ tte North side of 32nd 
Stre^ aal running a dlstanf»-rtf 



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140 feet along the Eastern pro- 
perty line and running a distaiice 
of 50 feet ^Ipng the N o r t h e r n 
property line and running a 
distance of 140 feet along the 
Western property line. Said lot 
being designated as Lot 3, Block 
105, Plat of Linkhorn Park, 
Virginia Beach Borough. 

Vll. Application of Helen W. 
Epstein, L, K. Mason, C. E. 
Mason, Elizabeth Meredith, A. 
P, Wilson, and J. D, Wilson, D. 
Martin and Frances W. Old for 
a change of zoning from Retail 
Business 6istrIcti(B-l) to Gen- 
eral Business District (B-2) 
and a Use Permit to operate a 
gasoline supply station on cer- 
tain property located on the 
Northwest corner of 27th Street 
and Pacific Avenue, running a 
distance of 250 feet along the 
West side of Pacific Avenue and 
running a distance of 115.97 
feet along the North side of 27th 
Street, Said lots are designated 
as Lots 1 through 5, Block 99 
as shown in Map Book 5, Page 
108, and a portion of Lot 1, 
Block 1 as shown in Map Book 
8, Page 10. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

vni. Application of Sandpiper 
Motor Apartments, Inc. for a 
change of zoning from One- 
Family Residence District (R-1) 
to Motel-Hotel District (M-H) 
and a Use Permit, to construct 
24 motel-hotel apartment units 
on certain property located on 
the Southwest corner of Twelfth 
Street and Pacific Avenue run- 
ning a distance of 155 feet along 
the West sideof Pacific Avenue, 
running a distance of 175 feet 
along the Southern property line, 
running a distance of 155 feet 
along the Western property line 
and running a distance of 175 
feet along the Northern property 
line, Virginia Beach Borough. 

IX. Application of T, M. 
Murphy for a Use Permit to 
construct 32 motel apartment 
units located on the Northeast 
corner of Tenth Street and Paci- 
fic Avenue, running a distance 
of 100 feet along the North side 
of Tenth Street and running a 
distance of 280 feet along the 
Eastern property line, running 
a distance of 75 feet along the 
Northern property line. South- 
ern property line of Eleventh 
Street, and running a distance 
of 280 feet along the East side 
of Pacific Avenue. Said property 
is divided by a 10-foot alley, 
Virginia Beach Borough. 

X. Application of Linkhorn 
Land Corporation by Thomas C. 
Broyles, Attorney, for a change 
of zonin% freln Rural Resi- 
dence District 1 (R-R 1) with 
a Motel and Tburlstand Res-- 
taurant District (T-2) Supple- 
ment to Multiple Family Resi- 
dence District (R-M) with a 
Motel and Tourist and Restau- 
rant District (T-2) Supplement 
and a Use Permit to construct 
65 apartment units on certain 
property located on the North 
side of Oriole Drive beginning 
at a point 469 feet more or less 
North of Laskin Road running a 
distance of 347.7 feet along the 
North side of Oriole Drive and 
running a distance of 408 feet 
along the Western property line, 
running a distance of 251.53 
feet along the Northern property 
line and running a distance of 
468.59 feet along the Eastern 
property line. (Birdneck Area). 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

XI. Application of Gabor, 
Inc. for a change of zoning from 
Residence Duplex District 2 
(R-D 2) to Multiple Family 
District (R-M), Residence Sub- 
urban District 4 (R-S 4) and 
General Commercial District 
3 (C-G 3) on certain property 
located on the West side of 
South Birdneck Road. 

Parcel 1 to be C-G 3: Beginning 
at a point on the West side of 
South BirdneckRoad 1000 feet 
more or lessSouth of Beautiful 
Street and running a distance of 
382 feet more or less along the 
West side of South Birdneck 
Road and running a distance of 
621 feet more or less along the 
Northern property line, running 
a distance of 439 feet more or 
less along the Western property 
hne and running a distance of 
690 feet more or less along the 
Southern property line. 
Parcel 2 to be R-S 4: Beginning 
at a point on the West side of 
Saint Avenue 210 feet more or 
less along the Northern property 
line, thence running a distance 
of 1581 feet more or less along 
the Southern property line and 
running a distance of 1753 feet 
more or less along the Western 
property line. 

Parcel 3 to be R-M: Beginning 
at a point on the West side of 
Saint Avenue 210 feet more or 
less South of Beautiful Street 
and running in a Westerly direc- 
tion 633 feet more or less run- 
ning a distance of 630 feet more 
or less along the Western pro- 
perty line, running a distance of 
140 feet more or less along the 
Southern property line and run- 
ning a distance of 1028 feet more 
or less along the Eastern pro- 
perty line. (Sea tack Area). 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

Xn. Application of Chanti- 
cleer Corporation by L. L. 
Umierwood, Jr., Attorney, for a 
change of zoning from Residence 



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Suburban District 3 (R-S 3) to 
Multiple Family District (R-M) 
and a Use Permit to construct 
173 apartment units on certain 
property located on Reynard 
Drive beginning at a point 655 
feet more or less West of Fre- 
mac Drive, running a distance 
of 374 feet more or less along 
the Eastern property line, run- 
ning a distance of 1287 feet more 
or less along the Northern pro- 
perty line. Southern property 
line of Linkhorn Park School 
and the Church of the Good 
Shepherd, running a distance 
of 580 feet more or less along 
the Western property line, 
running a distance of 1217 feet 
more or less along the Southern 
property line. The Western 500 
feet mcJe or less is the section 
for the change of zoning and Use 
Permit for 118 of the apartment 
units. The balance of the pro- 
perty is for a Use Permit only. 
(Linkhorn Park School Area). 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

XIII. Application of Donnelly 
Advertising Corporation ofVlr- 
ginia for a Use Permit to erect 
a 12-foot by 25-foot billboard 
on certain property located on 
.the North side of Laskin Road 
beginning at a point 885 feet 
more or less West of First 
Colonial Road. (Hilltop Area). 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

XIV. Application of Harry D., 
Wheless by Henry L. Lam, 
Attorney, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban Dis- 
trict 3 (R-S 3) to Limited Com- 
mercial District 3 (C-L 3) on 
certain property located on the 
South side of Princess Anne 
Road beginning at a point 400 
feet. East of Cheyenne Road 
running a distance of 90 feet 
along the South sideof Princess 
Anne Road and running a dis- 
tance of 120 feet along the 
Eastern property line, running 
a distance of 83.25 feet along 
the Southern property line, and 
running a distance of 120 feet 
along the Western property line. 
(Arrowhead Area), Kempsville 
Borough. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

BY: MARGARET M. HOOD, D.C. 

11-2-2T 

Virginia: 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 30th day 
of October, 1967. 
In Chancery No, 11285 

GWENLYN M, WOOD, Com- 
plainant V, 

PEMBROKE SQUARE ASSO- 
CIATES, et als, Defendants, 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
-The object of this suit is to_ 
quiet title in portions of the 
hereinafter described real pro- 
perty and to adjudicate the fee 
simple owner of said property, 
said property being described 
as follows: 
All the unsold part of that 
certain piece or parcel of 
land, lying and being in the 
City of Virginia Beach (for- 
merly Princess Anne County), 
Virginia, and which said pro- 
perty is bounded on the South 
by the Norfolk and Southern 
Railroad right of way; and on 
the West by the Kellam Road; 
and on the East by the western 
branch of the Lynnhaven 
River; and on the North by the 
land formerly belonging to J. 
C, Hudgins andC.C.Hudgins, 
and being all the unsold and 
unrecorded balance and re- 
mainder of the land conveyed 
to the said Sunny Brook, Inc. 
by the Suburban Holding Cor- 
poration by deed dated April 
17th, 1917 and said deed re- 
corded in Deed Book 100 at 
page 198 to which reference 
is hereby made for a more 
particular description. Said 
unsold part containing about 
393 acres, more or less. 
An affidavit having been made 
that the following defendants are 
non-residents of the Common- 
wealth of Virginia, and their 
last known post office addresses 
are as follows: EmilioOlivieri, 
138-05 Union Turnpike, Flush- 
ing 67, New York; Armon Oliv- 
ieri, 139-52 230th Street, 
Laurelton, New York; Emilio 
Olivieri, Trustee for Robert 
Olivieri, 138-05 Union Turn- 
pike, Flushing 67, New York; 
and Max Berg,' 3 104 Brooklawn 
Terrace, Chevy Chase, Mary- 
land, 

' It Is ORDERED that the above- 
mentioned parties, their heirs, 
devisees or assigns, or such 
other persons who may have an 
interest in this matter, be re- 
quired to appear within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect their respec- 
tive interests; and 

It is FURTHER ORDERED 
that a copy of this order be 
posted in front of the Court 
House of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia aixl copies of this order 
shall be mailed to the non- 
resident defendants at the post 
office iuidresses appearing in 
the affidaviU 

It is FURTHER ORDERED 
that Qte above portion of this 
order be published once a week 
for four (4) succ^sive weeks 
in the Virginia Beach ^in, a 



newspaper published and having 

general circulation In the City 

of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Garland M. Layton, 
Robbins Corner, 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

and 
Allen J. Gordon, p.q, 
P. 0. Box 13226, 
Chesapeake, Virginia 23519 

11-2-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 24th day 
of October, 1967. 

Jean Faye Crawford, Plain- 
tiff, against 

Steve Curtis Crawford, De- 
fendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Mepsa Et Thorotobe 
later merged into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the pounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due diligence 
has been used by or in behalf of 
t^e complainant to find in which 
county or corporation the defen- 
dant resides, without effect, the 
last known post office address 
being Route 3 Box 3 147, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, It is ordered 
that he do appear here within 
10 (ten) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what maybe 
necessary to protect his interest 
in this suit, 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. Thomas C. Broyles, Atty. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

1I-2-4T 



Virginia: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on the 
24th day of October, 1967. 
' In the matter of the estate of 
MICHAEL DANKO, deceased. 
SHOW CAUSE ORDER 
It appearing to the Court that 
a report of the accounts of J.E. 
Clarkson, Ancillary Administr- 
tor, c,t.a. of the Estate of 
Michael Danko, deceased, and 
of the debts and demands against 
his estate has been filed in the 
Clerk's Office of this Court, 
and six (6) months have elasped 
since the qualification, on 
motion of the said J.E. Clarkson, 
Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a. 
^IjOp estate of Michael Danko, 
. decieased, it is 
■ ORDERED that the creditor 
of, and all others interested in, 
the Estate of Michael Danko, 
deceased, do show cause, if any 
they can, on the 24th day of 
November, 1967, before this 
Court, in its Courtroom, against 
the payment and delivery of the 
Estate of Michael Danko, de- 
ceased, to Bank of America 
National Trust and Savings 
Association, Executor, without 
requiring refunding bonds. 

It is further ORDERED that 
this Show Cause Order be pub- 
lished once a week for four (4) 
successive weeks in the VIR- 
GINIA BEACH SUN, a newspaper 
having general circulation in the 
City ofVlrginia Beach, Virginia. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Wilcox, Savage, Lawrence, 
Dickson & Spindle 
400 Virginia National Bank 

Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

11-2-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of th^ City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 25th day 
of October, 1967.- ■ 

Mary Campbell, Plaintiff, 
against 
James C. Campbell, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of more than two 
years continuous separation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being c/o General 
Delivery, New York, New York. 
It is ordered that he do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C, 
Mr. Andrew S, Fine, Atty. 
Messrs. Fine, Fine, Lepm 
& Fine, Attys. 
720 Uw Building, 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

11-2-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Bwch, on the 24th day 

of Octol^r, 1967. 
Herbert Lee Gatlin, PlainUff 

against 
EOiel ammons Gatlin, Defwi- 

dant. 



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Thursday, November 2, 1967 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of Ms suit is to 
cAitoln a divorce a vinculo 
matrinKMiii from ttie said defen- 
dant upon the grounds of deser- 
tton. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due diligence 
has been used by or in behalf 
oi the complainant to ascertain 
In which county or corporation 
the defendant is, without effect, 
the last known post office ad- 
dress being: 121 H^py Street, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, It is 
ordered Ihat she do appear here 
with ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 

Messrs. Lam & Hudgins 
Princess Anne Station 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-2-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 30th day 
of October, 1967. 

Lacy E. Herald, Plaintiff, 
against 
Carla B. Herald, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Mensa Et Thorotobe 
later merged into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion, 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being, c/o Gen- 
eral Delivery, Douglasville, 
Georgia, It is ordered that she 
do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her inter- 
est in this suit. 
A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. James R, McKenry, Atty. 
c/o Brydges, Broyles & Mc- 
Kenry, Attys. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-2-4T 

SALE OF WATERFRONT PRO- 
PERTY NEAR WITCHDUCK- 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 
Pursuant to and by virtue of 
a decree of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, entered on Octol)er 
16, 1967, in a Chancery cause 
therein pending under the style 
of Gloria Barnes Sa'vage V. 
Catherine Barnes Barrett, the 
undersigned Special Commis- 
sioner will offer for sale at 
public auction to the highest 
bidder at the front door of the 
Courthouse to the aforesaid 
Court, Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, at 
10:00 A.M. on Thursday, Dec- 
ember 7, 1967, the following 
described property: 
All that certain tract, piece 
or parcel of land, with the 
appurtenances thereunto per- 
taining situated in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, and 
more particularly described 
as follows: 

Being designated as "BAR- 
NES 3.52 acres" and '-BAR- 
NES .53 acres", as shown on 
a certain plat duly of record 
in the aforesaid Clerk's Office 
in Map Book 24, at page 22, 
reference to which is hereby 
made. 

The sale shall be subject to 
the approval and confirmation 
l^ the Court. 

Terms of Sale: The success- 
ful bidder will be required to 
deposit lOt of his bid and 
settlement for the balance, in 
cash, within 10 days after the 
confirmation of sale. 

Joseph J. Lawler, Special 
Commissioner 

CLERK'S CERTIFICATE 
I, John V. Fentress, Clerk of 
the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, do 
hereby certify that bond, with 
security a^roved by me as 
sufficient and in the penalty 
provided by said decree has 
l)een given by said Special Com- 
missioner. 

GIVEN under my hand this 20 

day of October, 1967. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

BY: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

10-26-4T 



Is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being Subic, 
Zambales, Philippine Islands. 
It is ordered that she doaK>ear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
What may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this suit 
A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLB NEWMAN, D.C. 

Messrs. Cromwell, Layton, 
Culver house & Whitehurst, 
Attys. 

P.O. Box 5211, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-26-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 17th day 
of October, 1967. 

Nancy S. Litwin, Plaintiff 
against 
John Peter Litwin, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain an 
annulment from the said defen- 
dant, upon the grounds of 
marriage prior to the expira- 
tion of waiting period. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being 83 Howell 
Street, Buffalo, New York. It is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attys. 
1396 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-26-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 17th day 
of October, 1967. 

Barbara Ann Rogers, Plain- 
tiff, against 

Chester Elton Rogers, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of construcUve 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being c/o General 
Delivery, Currituck, North 
Carolina, It is ordered that he 
do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be necess- 
ary to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. James R. McKenry, Atty. 
Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attys. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-26-4T 



the said plaintiff to (Atain a 
divorce A M«isa Et Thoro to be 
later merged into a divorce A 
Vinculo M^rlmonii from the 
said def todaiit, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And ah affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, Ae last known post 
office address being, P.O. Box 
3002, Arctfle, Nashville, Tenn- 
essee 37219. It is ordered that 
he do app«Ar here within 10 (ten) 
days afttf due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his interest 
is this Slit. 
A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEW«AN, D.C. 

Mr. John M. Cloud, Atty 
108 The Mall, 
Janaf Shopping Center, 
Norfolk, Virginia 23502 

10-26-4T 



matnmomi from the said defen- 
dant upon the grounds of deser- 
tion and/or living apart for a 
period of more than two years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the Stateof 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 27 12 Star- 
dust Court, Jacksonville, 
Florida. It is ordered that she 
do appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
J. CURTB FRUIT, D. C, 

Messrs. James, Consolvo, 
Pickett L Campbell, Attys. 
3221 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-12-4T 



Mr. Jam^ R. McKenry, Atty. 
Messrs. Brydges, BroyleS & 
McKenry, Attys. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-26-4T 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 23rd day 
of October, 1967. 

CUftord E. Shelton, Jr., Plain- 

tlff, against 

Virginia M. Ferrer, Defendant 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 

ttie said plaintiff to obtain a 

divorce a mensa et thoro and/ 

or a divorce a vinculo matri- 

mosM and/or a decree of annul- 

n^ firom the said defeulant, 

i|»n the grounds, of d^ertl(w, 

ft«ud and deceit, no coitfuma- 

tlM of narrlace between the 

Aad an affidavit having be« 
■ade and filed ttat the defeu^nt 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
The Virginia Beach Zoning 
Board of Appeals will conduct 
a Public Hearing on Monday, 
November 6, 1967, at 8 P.M. 
in the Municipal Court, City 
Hall, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
The following applications will 
appear on the agenda. 

I. Richard F. Lex requests 
a variance of 564 square feet 
from required 1500 square feet 
to 936 square feet on Lot 23 
and 25, Block 52, Shadow Lawn 
Heights, 10th Street. Virginia 
Beach Borough. 

II. Betty Lou Connell re- 
quests a variance of 3 feet from 
required 6 feet to 3 feet on side 
yard setback of Lot 11, West 
15' of Lot 9 and East 5' of Lot 
13, Block 59, M-6, 407 23rd 
Street. Virginia Beach Borough. 

III. Temple Baptist Church 
requests a variance of 3 feet 
from required 20 feet to 17 
feet on side corner setback of 
Lot 1, Block 4, Section 1, Polnt- 
0-View, South Parliament 
Drive. Kempsville Borough, 

IV. George W. Brown re- 
quests a variance of 6 feet from 
required 16 feet to 10 feet on 
both side yard setbacks of Lot 
84, Fair Meadows, Lowther 
Drive. Bayside Borough. 

V. W.J. Mms requests a 
variance of 9'6" from required 
16 feet to 6'6" of side yard 
setback of Lot 8, Dogwood 
Acres, 917 Old Dominion Lane. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST 
APPEAR BEFORE THIS BOARD 
Loyd D. Saunders, Secretary 
10-26-2T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 20th (by 

of October, 1967. 
Dorrls Ann Seagle, Plaintiff, 

against 
Bernard R. Seagle, Defendart 
ORDER OF PUBLICATIW 
The object of this suit is tot 



.C0MM0N*EALTH of VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 11th day 
of October, 1967. 

Viola Merle Franklin Ward, 
Plaintiff, against 

Thomas James Ward, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
decree of separate maintenance 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounk of wilful desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being 8455 Red 
Oak Drive, Minneapolis, Minne- 
sota. It is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what tuiy be necessary to 
protect bil iaterest in this suit. 
A copy— teste: 

JOHN v.-? FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLL»NPWMAF, D.C. 

Messri. Cromvell, Layton, 
Culverllofse & Whitehurst, 
Attys. . 
P. 0. Box 5211, 

Virginia Bsacb, Virginia 23455 
10-19-4T 

C0MX:'j^. WEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the (Jlerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 16th day 
of Octobei; 1967. 

Raymoni F. Dastous, Plain- 
tiff, against 
Ann Matte Dastous, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said pUntiff to obtain a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from Bw said defendant, upon 
the ground of two years sepa- 
ration. 

Antf w aff'iavlt having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a Widest of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office a^ess being Swansea, 
Massachtsetts, -61 Clancy 
Street. It is ordened that she 
do aK>ear here within 10 (ten) 
days after ite publication here- 
of, and do what may be neces- 
sary to protect her interest in 
this suit. I 
A cort^-Tftte:" 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLISUEWMAN,D. C. 

Messrs: Brytlges, Broyles & 
McKenry^ttys. 
1369 LasJRn Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-19-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Cosrt of the City of 
Virginil B«ach| on the 5th day 
of October, 1967. 

Mark Cherry, Complainant, 
against 

Sarah Gulley Cherry, Defen- 
dant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said complainant to obtain 
from thr defendant a divorce a 
vinculo mafrlmonii on the 
grounds of two years uninterr- 
upted separatioQ. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and fifed Vtut the defendant 
is not a resid^t of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 

office ad(fress being 616 South 
11th Stre^,I%fladelphla, Penn- 
sylvania. It is ordered that she 
do a|9>eaf here within 10 (ten) 
days afltfr due publication 
hereof, pnd (t> what may be 
necessafy to prt>tect her inter- 
est in this suit. 
A copy—Teste; 

JOHN V. rfeNTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D. C. 

Messrs. Amato, Bab a las, 
Brelt, C<Aen, Rutter & Fried- 
man, Att]|. 
The RotuHda 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

10-12-4T 



mmonwEa: 



COMMOlfWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Ccwrt of the City of 

Joseph Timothy James, Plain- 
tiff, a^iiist 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object pf this suit is to 
<M^ ^bal ^^ce a vinculo 



Virginia: 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the city of 
Virginia Beach on the 10th day 
of October, 1967. 
WESLEY STALLINGS 
and 
ELIZABETH STALLINGS 

Complainants, 
vs 

HENRY WILLIAMS, if living,or 
if he be dead, his widow, heirs, 
devisees and successors in title 
are made parties defendant by 
the general description of 
"PARTIES UNKNOWN", and 
SYLVANIA STALLINGS, a/k/a 
SAVANNAH STALLINGS, if Uv- 
ing, or if she be dead, her 
widower, heirs, devisees and 
successors in title are made 
parties defendant by the general 
description of "PARTIES UN- 
KNOWN", and 
WILLIE MAE KNIGHT, 
Wilmington, Delaware, and 
KATIE FELTON 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and 
WILLIAM HENRY STALLINGS, 
JR., Baltimore, Maryland, and 
SAVANNAH THOMPSON, 
1058 Rugby St. 
Norfolk, Virginia, and 
ALMA PARROTT, 
2620 Puget St. 
Baltimore, Maryland, 
Defendants. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATItW 
The object of this suit is to 
establish fee simple title in and 
to the below described property 
in Wesley Stallings and Eliza- 
beth Stallings by right of adverse 
possession for a period of more 
than fifteen years: 

All that certain lot of land 
with the buildings and improve- 
ments thereon, situated at 
Bayside in the City of Vlrgiata 
Beach (formerly Kenqsvllte 
Magisterial District, in Prin- 
cess Anne County) Virginia, the 
same being of the dimensions 
numbered upon Plat of the pro- 
perty of C.H. Fentress as lots, 
numbers eight (8), thirteen (13), 
nine (9) and twelve (12), in 
Block Number 2. 

An affidavit having t)een made 
that the address of the unnamed 
defendants are unkiMwn and that 
they may be deceased and have 
certain heirs, devisees and suc- 
cessors in interest who are 
unknown, it is, 

ORDERED that the above men- 
tioned parties, heirs, devisees, 
succKsors or other persons or 
their heirs, devisees or assigns 
who may have an interest in this 
matter are hereby required to 
appear within ten days after due 
publication hereof and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
their respectiye interest. And 
it is further, 

ORDERED that a copy of this 
order be posted on the front 
of the Courthouse of theCircult 
Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, within one week 
after the entry hereof. And it is 
further Ordered that the above 
portion of this order be pub- 
lished once a week for four 
consecutive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun, a newspaper 
having general circulation in 
the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. 
A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 

10.12-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 17th day 
of October, 1967. 

Donna Smith Oliver, Plaintiff 
against 
Benton Jon Oliver, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
decree of se[»rate maintenance 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of treatment tanta- 
mount to desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made aiMl filed that the defendant 
is not a rraident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being Ishmal- 
Cash Dusting Service, Home- 
stead, Florida. It is ordered 
that he do ai^ear here within 
10 (ten) days after due pidtiUca- 
tlon hereof, and do what maybe 
necessary to protect his liAerKt 
In this suit. 
A co|^— Teste: 

JOHN V, FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLUS NEWMAN, D.C. 



Virginia: 

In the Clerk's office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 12th day 
of October, 1967. 
In Chancery No. 11254 
peninsula masonry com- 
pany, inc., petitioner 

vs 
ELSWOOD R. WHITE, JR. & 
ROSE P. WHITE 
White Marlin Motor Hotel 
Nags Head, North CaroUna, 
Defendants 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of the above styled 
suit is to subject real estate 
situate In the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, known as Lot 
Three (3), BAYLAKE BEACH, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, owned 
by Elswood R. White, Jr. and 
Rose P. White to the claim of 
Peninsula Masonry Company, 
Inc., for the balance due on an 
oral contract between the said 
Peninsula Masonry Company, 
Inc., and Elswood R. White, Jr. 
and Rose P. White, It appearing 
by Affidavit duly filed that 
Elswood R. White, Jr. and Rose 
P. White are not residents of 
the State of Virginia, their last 
known Post Office address being 
White Marlin Motor Hotel, Nags 
Head, North Carolina. It is, 
tterefore, ORDERED that the 
said Elswood R. White, Jr. and 
Rose P. White appear within 
ten (10) days after due publica- 
tion of this Order and do what- 
ever they are advised is neces- 
sary to protect their interest 
herein. It is f\irther Ordered 
ttiat this Order be published 
once a week for four (4) succes- 
sive we^, in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper having 
general circulation in the City 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Herbert S. Reid, Jr. 
Attorney for PeUtioners 
1673 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-19-4T 



II Spedid Nottoes 

REWEAVING 
For a reasonable price - those 
skirts, pants and uniforms can 
be ready for wear - anywhere! 
Call 428-1428. 




36 Home Maintenance 



MERCHANDISE 



Materials trom Hong Kong, Bri- 
tish Colooy and India. Made to 
order suite — ladies & men. 
Italian silk. English worsted 
wool and tweed. Indian Raw 
silk. Beaded tops and bags. Call 
486-1071. 

For sale - first deed of trust on 
multi-family property. En- 
trance to toll road. Write Box 

$50 scholarship for l)eauty 
course to those who qualify. 
Oceana, Janaf, and Indian River 
Beauty Academies. 428-3246, 
855-2061 or 420-1645. 

aiJMirFtmai 

Silver teacelet fomd at Pem- 
broke MalL Initials N.C. Call 
428-8892. 

21 Tracks For Sale 

'53 Ford pick-up - F 100. 6 cylin- 
ders. A- 1 condlUon. Asking $200 
or best cash offer. Call 425- 

5994. 

22 Motorcydet Fw Sale 

Honda -150. In good condiUon. 
Reasonable offer. Call 340-3538 
after 6 P.M. 



25 Airto Repidn-Parts 

1959(Biscayne Chevrolet. AvaU- 
able for parts. All in good 
condition. Call 464-6334. 

90 AppUaace Servkca 



NOTICE! 
Contractors 4 Homp Builders - 
Let us help ysu with that new 
home - addiUe^^ - or repairs. 
We can furnish ms^erialis from 
basement to attie and aid you 
in flnanciqgv 
Phone: Kellam t Eaton, Inc. 
(1) 426-6221 
428-1688 
426-6937 



VACUUM CLEANERS -Hoover. 
Sales and service, prompt ef- 
ficient repairs. Pick up and 
delivery. Phone 428-4222. Fuel 
Feed and Building Supplies, Inc. 



31 BuUaiiig-Rcp«M« 

PAINTING ««iML Small jabs 
ineerior ar extcrkff. CaD <98-7586 



32 Drestmaktaf — SewlBf 

Dress making and alterattons in 
my tome. Children or adults. 
Call 340-1 300. 

3t Hoin« Mainteaaaec 

Painting - interior and exterior. 
Also paintl^ and patchii^ of 
roots. Work 6t»t rMS(^bly. 
Bill Moody 54S-080S. 



PAINTING AND DECORATING 

htterlor and Exterior 

Reasonable Prices 

Free Estimates 

855-5924 

40 Help Wanted-^emale 

'. 1 -er ■ — 

Waitress - call or see in person 
for appointment. See manager. 
Good salary and year round 
work. Thunderblrd Bowling 
Lanes Snak Shop. 428-9803. 



90 Articles For Sale 



Experienced operator for one of 
beaches oldest beauty salons. 
Call 428-3991 days. 428-3750 
after 6. 

41 Help Wanteii— Male 

CARPENTERS 

FRAME MEN AND 

HELPERS 

Piece work or hourly. Good 
pay. Call 497-4804. 



Reserve Life Insurance Com- 
pany has immediate openings 
for 3 men in the Hospitalization 
Division at Virginia Beach. Call 
425-6122. 

42 Help Wanted-Male or Female 

Choice j(4)s in Virginia Beach. 
See Maxine Merrltt, Personnel 
Consultants, Executive Build- 
ing, 2nd floor. Princess Anne 
Plaza. 340-2528. 



MANPOWER INC. 
URGENTLY NEEaS 

Steno^aphers 
We^ have immediate assign- 
ments, many adjacent to Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

NO FEE 
Time off l)etween jobs when de- 
sired - work on these temporary 
jcbs when convenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and job 
assignment. 627-3661. 

Maiqx)wer, Inc. - 
733 Boush Street 

Norfolk, Va. 



43 



WaaM-Feaule 



Baby sitting in my home. Prin- 
cess Anne Plaza. Call 340-5835. 

Excellent care for small diild- 
ren in nice clean home. Fenced 
yard. Call 428-6792. 

Expert care for children in my 
home. Ages 3 to 5 yrars. Ex- 
perienced baby sitter and stA>- 
stltute teacher. Call 428-8856. 

Will care for infants in my home 
for working mothers. Princess 
Anne Plaza area. Call 340-7218 

Child care in my home. Ages 3 
through 5. Reasonable prices. 
Aragona village. 497-3000. 

Will keep children in my home. 
$12 weekly. 2 years and older. 
Aragona Area. Call 499-1355. 



FINANCIAL 



50 BusiiieM OpportoaUiet 



I AM IN SEARCH O^ a P<V- 
Hcular type of person who Is 
antenested in earning a* sub- 
^tantlhl extra income In in- 
dependimt ' cosmetic businesstr 
Full or part time. No previous 
sales experience necessary. 
Call 464-2330 for interview, 

INSTRUCTIONS 

6u iMtructioBal Cooraea 

GUITARS 
Headquarters for Gibson, Gret- 
sch and Fender gtiitars and 
amplifiers. We teach you to 
j)lay. Class lessons on guitar 
Mr. Ted Grimes, teacher. Clas- 
ses start now. Call Rowe and 
Long Music Company. Princess 
Anne Plaza. 340-7631. 

Musical instruments. Organ, 
drums, piano, guitars, etc. 
Temple of Music, Pembroke 
Mall. CalU99-0551. 

M Articles For Sale 

CARPET FACTS 
First quality, regular $7.99 Du- 
^ht 501 carpet, $3.99 a square 
yard. $9.95 Kodel Polyesters 
for $5.99 a square yard. 28 
colors. Call Mr. Hutcheson 
at 622-9816. Dealer. 



mm WAITED IN — 
ARAGONA 
VILLAGE 

MOVING? 
We need bouses d^perately! 
We are practically sold out of 
hmises in Aragona Village L 
nesd Dumy more to sell and 
rent. 

Please (»11 ob to sell or rent 
yoar bcmse. We have buyers 
and toinaitfs waiting. 

STOHL 

REALTY CORP. 

497-4851 

4920 Virginia BMch Blvd. 



NOW OPEN DAILY -WeDDING 
GIFTS, HOUSEHOLD FURN- 
ISHINGS. METALS AND THINGS 
UNUSUAL (IN CHINA AND 
GLASSWARE), FOR DISCRIM- 
INATING PEOPLE. CAN BE 
SEEN AT 
JEAN MILLER'S ANTIQUE 

SHOP 
16th AND ATLANTIC AVENUE 

VIRGINU BEACH, VA. 
HOURS 1 P.M. TO 5, P.M. 
WEEKDAYS. 

Hot Point range. Apartment 
size. $20. Easy Spindrier. Was- 
hing machine. $25. Call 428- 
6713. 

One addressograph and one 
graphotype. Priced to sell. For 
information call 428-2401. 



93 Household Goods 



CARPETING 
Quietness andBeauty 3/4" 
Acrilan Plush $6.36-1/2" 
Acrilan Plush $5.99 -"501" 
Continuous Fliimant Nylon 
$3.99. Expertly installed by our 
mechanics with sponge rul)ber 
paddings, $2.00. Phone 499- 1291 



110 ApartnMnts Unfnrnlalied 



1511 Pacific Avenue. 1st floor. 
$75 monthly -year round. Call 
428-2930. 



Ill Apartneala Fmialied 

Austins Court Motel Apartments 
206-19th Stre^. Efficiency 
apartments. All utulities furn- 
ished. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furnished rooms. Blodi 
from Bus Statton. By wedc or 
month. 

1 and 2 bedrooms, modern, with 
living room, kitchen and bath. 
Weekly, monthly or yearly 
rates. In the heart of town. 
About 3 minutes walk to the 
beach. Also hotel rooms. Call 
428-6713. 

Studio Apt., gas heat, air-condi- 
tioned, convenient location. 
$75.00 per month yearly rental. 
Call 428-3680 or 855-6861. 

1 bedroom furnished apartment. 
Centrally located. Reasonable - 
year round. Water Included. 
428-7827 or 428-4960. 

BLUE MARLIN LODGE 
2411 Pacific Avenue 
Bachelors or couples. Com- 
pletely furnished in luxury de- 
cor. All utilities, full kitchen 
and dining area. Ready for liv- 
ing-just bring your suitcase. 
Come see for yourself. Call 
428-6114 or 428-5651. 

VIRGINIA BEACH-White Sands 
Apts. Furnished, heated. $65 
ami up. Atlantic at 6th Street. 
428-4703. 



2 bedroom furnished house. 
Centrally located. Reasonable - 
year round. 428-7827 or 428- 
4960. _____ 

3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths. Ocean 
side "NorthVirglniaBeach. 
428-1760. 

Four rooms. Neatly furnished 
house, screened porch. London 
Bridge area. Call 340-8749. 

2 bedrooms, living room, dining 
room, kitcheni bath. Centrally 
located. Near beach. Call own- 
er 428-5016, 428-2143. 

USA Hooses— Unfnmished 

2 bedrooms, stove, refrigerator 
and water furnished. $85 month- 
ly-year round. Call 428-3246 
or 855-2061. 

34th and Arctic Avenue - LARGE 
two-story house — four bed- 
rooms, living room, dining 
room, two Jalousled porches, 
2 1/2 baths, hot water heat- 
garage and large yard. 
Kellam & Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. 
428-9161 

2 bedroonffi. Stove and refrig- 
erator furnished. Located at 
809 Delaware Ave., Virginia 
Beach. Call 428-1938 or 428- 
1444. 

BAY COLONY DRIVE, 237- 
Modern 3-bedroom, 3-bath,im- 
furnished home with guest 
cottage. Near ocean. Yearly. 
GA 8-4205; MA 2-4575; MA2- 
2130. 

VffiGINIA BEACH-316 Cavalier 
Drive, 3 bedroom, 2-bath un- 
furnished home, next to Cava- 
Uer Hotel. 428-1330 or 428- 
'6833 Cooper Realty. 



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Furnished or Uafanilahed 



OFFICE SPACE 

Air Conditioned 
Ample Parking Space 

2407 PACIFIC AVENDE 

W. T. JARVIS, OWNER 
Phone 428-3293 

120 BnslBcso P io peity 

Restaurant for sale at Virginia 
Beach. Good year round bust- -^ 
ness. Ideal for couple or part- 
nership. Call 425-9843. 

121 Houses For Sale 

WATER ON THREE SIDES 
Over 2 acre point on Lynnhaven 
Bay with about 900' waterfront. 
Architect-designed ranch built 
around Immense fireplace. Liv- 
ing room has 36' glass. Every 
window looks on water. Carolyn 
Shelby. 340-3053 or 627-4531. 
TRUITT REALTY, REALTORS 

LAKEVIEW PARK -3 bedrooms 
with den: large lot, detached 
garage, fruit trees. Can see 
anytime. 5008 Far rlngton Drive. 

Call 464-2278. 



Furnished. 2 bedrooms, living 
room, kitchen and bath. $75 a 
month yearly. Available Nov- 
ember 1st. Call 428-6425. 

CAVALIER DRIVE-2 Modem 
furnished apartments, opposite 
hotel, near ocean, yearly; GA 
8-4205; MA 2-4575; MA 2-2130. 



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V^eather Forecast 

Dial 936-1212 

Locally 



Volume 1 No. If 




VIRGINIA BEACH 

Servi ng an^ Promoting Our City' s Future 

Virpnia Beach, Virginia, November 9. 1967 




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Virii^ lN(h Sm 

PuMlsncd Weekly 
3108 Pacific Ave. 
va. Beacb, Va. 23451 
Second clasii postage paid 
at Virginia Beacb, Va. 
Sutiscriptioo Rales by Mail 
$3.00 Per Anaum 



SUN Phone: 428-2401 





Whitehurst 



Marr 



Fentress 



Evans 



Middleton 



Local Man Honored 



Beach Fans Boost Oyster Bowl 



The sale of tickets for the 
annual Oyster Bowl fooOiali 
game, which matches Duke 
University's team against the 
UJS. Naval Academy team on 
Saturday, has lieen "greater in 
Virginia Beacb" than in some 
other area cities on a propor- 
tional basis, according to 
Shriners here. 

Ticket salM here and In other 
Hampton Roads cities by early 
this week left few seats avail- 
able, if all who bought tickets 
af|Mid the ai-nmi eveat, whidi 
idrH'ili'amie: JuuKtiir* 
Run That the Weak May Walk. •• 

Fioaocial proceeds from the 
game each ynr t)«nf!t Shriners 
Hoqittals for Crippled ChUdreo, 
This year's game is scheduled 
for 1:45 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, 
at Foreman Field. 



Thomas F. Seay, a prominent 
mid- west realtor and top officer 
of the world's 85 1,000 Shriners, 
is e)q>ected to attend the football 
game alter paying an official 
visit t(^ K^ve Temple, of 
which a large number of Virglnta 
Beach residents are members. 

H. Bruce Green, grand master 
of Virginia Masons, also will be 
among dignitaries in the area 
dtls we^end for various Oyster 
Bowl events. 

Am impefial ifoteotato of 

'masmm, fcel» Dlia t wB aa< H >a 

board ^ directors of tiM 22 

hospitals located througbont 

North America. 

Mayor Frank A. Dusch and 
other Virginia Beach resid^its 



have aided the Oyster Bowl 
charity events eack year for the 
ben«it of a^led children. Dr. 
M.H. Legum, who lives here, 
is in line to saocee^tlie present 
Khedive potent^/. S. Edwwd 
CogglD, Jr., neitt ywr. 



To Our 
Subscribers 



Members of Zulekia Court 
No. 35, Ladies Oriental Sbrine 
of North America, is selling 
souvenir programs for ttie 
Oyster Bowl game. 

A numl^r of Virginia Beach 
women of various ages also are 
active in behalf J>f the Shriners' 



hospitals and other Shrine char- 
ities. 

This year's Oyster Bowl game 
on Veterans Day is expected to 
be one of the major attractions 
in the area on the coming w^k- 
end, particularly for the 
thousands of football fans in 
Virginia Beach's seven bor- 
oughs. 



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Local Jaycees Win 
At Flag Football' 



BAYSIDE BOROUGH-The 
Virginia Beacb Jaycees, in a 
warm-up coirtest for Jaycee 
regional competition in "flag 
football", recently whipped the 
Norfolk Jtmior Chamber of 
Commerce 40 to 6. 

The "challenge game" was 
played on the Princess Anne 
High foottiall field last Sunday 
afternoon. 

(The Norfolk Junior Chamber 
of Commerce has retained that 
name, although most other 



junior chambers shortened (he 
name to Jaycees two years ago.) 
Members of the Virginia 
Beach team, which plans to 
participate in a regional contest 
Nov. 18 at the Norfolk Academy 
foott>all field, are Don Kern, 
Jim Rusk, Don DeSarro, Robert 
Stanton, Herman McLeod, Sid- 
ney Barnes, George Desgain, 
David Fuller, Bill Hudglns, Jack 
Jennings, Jack Garnett, Ray 
Hall, Jim Ferebee, Bonney 
^awhand, Phil Wade and Tuck 
Finley. Harvey Shiflett is coach. 



Old Conii^oe. to greet our oev 
neighbors and a^piaiat then 
with the onir mwspaper pM>- 
lished in thU dKy, (he PHhlWier 
of the VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 
has, for the pist several moitfhs, 
mailed ft-ee ct^ies to their 
resideocas. The reqwaae has 
been moat gr^lfying, with paid 
subscriptioas more than 
doi4)ling. 

Tbe practice ci "tree samp- 
ling" will be discontinued, 
effective with this issue. 

If you have a friend or neigh- 
bor who wishes to t>ecome a 
VIRGINIA BEACH SUN subscri- 
ber, please have them call our 
Circulation Department (428- 
Z401) in order that we can 
determine if their neighborhood 
is being served by mail or 
carrier boy. 

The Publisher ofthe SUN also 
would like to inform its readers 
that this paper is now available 
at most news stands and drug 
stor^ in the greater Virginia 
Beacb area. 



At Pemmke Moll 



Democratic candidates in 
Virginia Beach piled up im- 
pressive vote totals in win- 
ning all state legislative and 
constitutional offices in Tues- 
day's general election. Repub- 
licans failed to win in any of 
the city's precincts. 

Unofficial returns, expected 
to be certified by an official 
vote canvass at Circuit Court 
today, showed about 13,000 res- 
idents went to their voting pla- 
ces in the election, indicating 
relatively little interest after 
last July's Democratic pri- 
mary. 

The three Democratic cand- 
idates for 3rd Senatorial Dist- 
rict senate seats, Edward T. 
Caton 111, William H, Hodges 
and Willard J. Moody won over 
a lone independent challenger, 
George R. Walker, almost 5 
tol. 

Caton, a local man, led the 
voting in Virginia Beach with 
10,709; Hodges of Chesapeake 
received I0,&b3 votes and 
Moody of Portsmouth received 
10,138 here. Walker received 
2.407. 

In two House of Delegates 
races where there was Rep- 
ublican opposition, Kenneth N. 
Whitehurst Jr. led the Demo- 
cratic win with 9,620, and B. 
R. Middleton received 8,818. 
Th e Republicans' Henry F. 
Clarke received 3,372 votes, 
and John A. Field 111 picked 
up 3,026. 



Court Clerk JohnV. Fentress 
easily won re-election about 
3 to 1 over his GOP opponent, 
David R. Smlthson. by , 9,616 



city Sergeant John E Marr, 
opposed by a Republican and 
an unaligned candidate, won by 
nearly a 3 to 1 margin. 



Marr received 8,976 votes. 
Republican Char les E. 
Richardson got 2,964,and Joseph 
J. Dreano received 588. 

Andre Evans, Democratic 
candidate for commonwealth's 
attorney to succeed Robert L. 
Simpson, Jr.. whipped his GOP 
oppenent, Israel Stelngold, by 
just under a 3 to 1 margin— 
9.069 votes to 3,258. 

Fentress, elected on the 
Administration Team in last 
July's primary , led i^ the 
number of votes received in 
constitutional offices where 
there was opposition. 

Whitehurst led in the voting 
among the Democratic winners 
for the House of Delegates.' 

In general, however, the vote 
counts for all winning candi- 
dates were nearly equal, as a 
result of harmony in the party 
here. 

City Treasurer V. Alfred 
Etheridge, unopposed, received 
11,347 votes; and Revenue Com- 



MMeMOMMMOMMOeM 



Willcox 
New Prexy? 

BEACH BOROUGH-Thomas 
H. Willcox Jr., a partner in the 
law firm of Willcox, Savage, 
Lawrence, Dickson & Spindle, 
which has a branch office here, 
may be the next president ofthe 
Norfolk Chamber of Commerce. 

Willcox has been nominated 
to succeed John R. Sears in the 
position. Other officers nomin- 
ated for 1968 areC.E. Thurston, 
Jr., of C.E. Thurston & Sons, 
Inc., 1st vice president; Dr. 
William C. Andrews, obstetri- 
cian and gynecologist, 2nd vice 
president, and R. Braxton Hill, 
with Waller and Woodhouse, 
certified public accountants, 
treasurer. 



The litest in new aatomo- 
biles available at Virginia 
Beach dealers are on display 
this week at Pembroke Mall 
Shopping Center, where flashy 
1968 models are ^tracting 
crowds. 

Bill Thompson, chairman of 
ttie annual show sponsored by 
the Virginia Beach Automobile 
Dealers Association, said all 
nine dealers here are repre- 
sented in tbe huge show. 

It b^an Wednesday and will 
continue through Sunday at the 
shopping center on Virginia 
Beach Boulevard at Indepen- 
dence Boulevard in Baysiide 
Borough. 

The local automobile dealers, 
with 1968 models of all styles 
on display, are Thompson Ro- 



yal Dodge, Inc.; Beach Ford, 
Inc.; Brooks Shorter Motor Co., 
Inc.; Alphin Motors, Inc.; Ev- 
erett-Jordan Motor Co.; Meek- 
ins Pontiac Corp., and Mal- 
bon Motor Co. 

Among the cars are Buick, 
Opel, Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford, 
Mercedes-Benz, Datsun, Mer- 
cury, Plymouth, Pontiac, Ram- 
bler and Jeep. 

There also are on exhibit the 
GT Mark I, a specially built 
racing car; an expensive sedan, 
various cut-away exhibits of 
engines, chasis and frames, ov- 
erhead cam engine, and a com- 
plete car cut-away; four -speed 
transmissions and brake and 
power safety. 

Over 100 prizes are being 
given away in drawings. 



On Boari 



Beach CotC. Has 
10 New Directors 



MendMrs of the Virginia 
Beach Chamber of Commerce 
TeceeHy elected 10 new mem- 
bers to tbe chamber's board of 
directors tor three years begin- 
ning Jan. 1 of 1968. 

They were elected automatic- 
ally wh^ there were no other 
persons nominated after a 
chamber nominations commit- 
tee presented a slate of officers 
fbr ooiaideration. 

nie Mw directors are: 

E4ward R. Amburn, a Virginia 
National Bank executive; Fra^ 
L. Fentress, a food market 
executive; Charles W.Gardwr, 
a motel t^n^r; Richard D. 
Guy, an Forney; Walter J, 
Leyerldge, president of a 
dieml^ a)mpaiqr; James H. 
Mklgftt, ioiitttrlal esecyttve; 
Clenton W. Shanks, a utility 
e]»ctrtive; B.M. ,Stai^», bwl- 
ness executive; Fred B.Strldt- 
laod, me^el oper^, aad Mrs. 
Lucy F. Trafira, boslaeia- 
wonun. 



Those directors and ,others 
presently serving on thi'board 
will elect elttmber officeit ata 
meetir^ later ttkis yMr« R. 
Bradshaw Pulley la chamber 
preaideirt now. 

Hie (^» fflenbers of the 
board of directors include 
WalUce T. Clarke, A.B. Crews, 
George H. I^vis, R.L. DeHart, 
W.J. Dekl»r, W. Clark Fleming, 
Charles H. Forbes^ilerhert A. 
Holt Jr., Richard F. Kline, Joh^ 
A. Maddbx, D. Murray Malbon^ 
John W. McCombs, George T. 
Mullen, Frederi(A J. Napoli- 
taiK), Adam Orgera, Michael C. 
^wides, R(^rt M. Stanton, 
Dr. James N. WllUams, C(d. J. 
K. Hostetler (US Army Ret.) 
a»l Edward P. Brogan. 

Fnmk W. Kellam ^. is chun- 
ber vice president; Jaaiei 
Kont<^>anoi is treasurer and 
Mra. TraftcM Is secrrfary to 
the botr4 Albtt R. Mallhaa is 
dttirt>« execirtlve vice iffaal- 



At a reCfnf 0Uni>lno session for a Virginia fieach Chamber of Commerce membership 
drive; s0>Jdul€d In late November, were Albin R. Mallhes, Roger M.Scott, Mrs. Laura 
Lambe, U* A. Sincllio (chSiirman), Robert Whitley, Horace A. Cistola and Barbara R. 
Leitman. (SUN Staff Photo) 



missioner Ivan D. Mapp, also 
unopposed, received 10,8&4. 

All of those elected Tues- 
day will be either beginning 
new terms of office, or start- 
ing their first ones at the be- 
ginning of the year. 

A study of precinct returns 
showed the Democrats captured 
precincts where local R^td>- 
licans had showed some strength 
in the suburbs in the 1966 elec- 
tion, when U.S,Senators William 
B. Spong Jr. and Harry F. Byrd 
Jr. were elected; and in 1965, 
when Gov. Mills E. Godwin 
won in Virginia Beach. 

Owen B. Pickett, chairman 
of the Ci^ Democratic Com- 
mittee, said he was "veryha^;^ 
at the outcome" of Tuesday's 
voting, although he would like 
to have seen "more of our 
supporters turn out" to vote. 

The Republicans' Smithson 
told a VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 
reporter that "the showing was 
not too bad" for the GOP,"but 
I am disappointed." 





LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH- 
State and city highway officials 
have eased traffic congestion in 
the London Bridge area hereby 
opening new pavement at the 
future interchange for the Vir- 
ginia Beach-Norfolk Express- 
way at the fork of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard and Laskin Road. 

Motorists traveling east on 
the boulevard, and bound for the 
Oceana business area or the 
south part of the Beach Borough, 
will continue using two right 
lanes on new concrete pavement 
as they have for several weeks. 

Vehicles traveling west from 
the Oceana business area can 
now use two new westbound 
lanes on the boulevard, merging 
with traffic coming off Laskin 
Road onto the boulevard near 
the traffic signal at Great Neck 
Road, London Bridge. 

Motorists traveling east on 
Virginia Beach Boulevard who 
want to get onto Laskin Road 
can bear to the right after 
passing through the London 
Bridge business area and use 
an overpass which carries 
vehicular traffic over the main 
lanes of the boulevard. 

This traffic, bound for the 
Hilltop area and the north Beach 
Borough area via Laskin Road, 
enters Laskin at a new traffic 
signal. Now closed are what 
were temporary eastboui^ 
lanes. 



Jolmson said the new pave- 
ments opened last weekend are 
permanent arrangeme^ fof 
traffic control and willlte used 
in the same way after vLex- 
pressway opens later thisyathrs„^ 
When the interchange is com- * 
pleted as part of the eigpr essway 
(Virginia Highway 44), it will be 
Exit No. 6 in the e}q)ressway 
system. 



Beach 

Vote 

Continues 

Scores of vmGINIA BEACH 
SUN readers have sent in their 
answers, during the past week, 
on the question of the local ri|^t 
to vote on whiskey sales. The 
"Yes" votes continue to lead by 
a considerable margin. 

The results of the poU are 
being tabulated, and the results 
will be announced exclusively in 
the SUN in a future edition. 

While a great majority of the 
votes for the poll are coming 
from Virgiida Beach residents, 
several are coming from read- 
ers outside of the dty. They are 
being tabulated separately. 



Tpnmmni m e » ■» rvr vn n r§ ■ on i » rmv* n 



How About It? 






The 1968 General Assemby of Virginia is expected to 
consider legislation proposed to give voters in each dty anl 
county the righ to decide whether ttey want ^idilsk^ soW by 
tte drink, under specific controls, within their own OOB- 
munity. 

Since the question has been delmted in greater Virginia 
Beach's seven boroughs for years, the VII«}INIA BEACH SUN 
is cooductli^ a "straw poll" on the creation. Clip the 
coupon below, write "yes" or "no" and mall as directed. 
Chie per reader, please, with s^^natur^ q;»tl(Nnl. 



Should voters In each community have 
the right to decide how whiskey is sold 

within their community? 



Mall to SUN poll. Post Ottice Box 657. Virginia Beach. Va. 
23451. 



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Brown Here Friday 

BEACH BOROUGH -James 
Broirs, iriiigbii star who recor- 
ded tocb hits u "Cold Sweat" 
aod "Get tt Together", Is sche- 
(hiled for performances at 7:30 
and 10 p.m. at the Virginia 
Beach Civic Center (Dome) on 
Friday nlgttt this week. 



— rt?r 



Virginia Beach Sun 



Thursday. November 9, 1967 



Lo€ol PU Countil meets Hov. 15 



BEACH BOROUGH~The Vir- 
ginia Beach Council Branch of 
PTA's, with 24 member schools 
in the city's seven boroughs, 



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Your kfjf to the 
things you want 
and need. Save for 
a purpose — htrt. 



will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday, 
Nov. 15, at 8 p.m. at W.T.Cooke 
Elementary School. 

The Child & Family Service 
of Norfolk will present a Play 
for Living, the "Green Black- 
board," directed by Uz Sills 



of Virginia Beach. The play's 
theme is that having children 
enter the first grade of school 
before the legal age of entrance 
can bring inappropriate and 
premature pressures on some 
children. 






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Many of the weeds that are 
constantly with us year after 
year can be controlled by an 
supplication of herbicide during 
the period ending November 30, 

Some of the weeds that can 
be controlled with an appli- 
cation of 2,4-D at this time 
are: buttercup, false dandelion, 
chlckweed, dandelion, mus- 
tards, pepperweed, and plan- 
tain. 

This chemical can often be 
bought in combination with fer- 
tilizer. There are other herb- 
icides that will do the required 
job, also, such as dicamba. 

When using herbicides, be 
sure that it is not applied to 
(or near) desired ornamental 
plants. This will damage and 
sometimes kill these plants. 

Also, be sure to follow dir- 
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Beach Eagles 
Observe 
Freedom Week 



The Fraternal Order of 
Eagles, Virginia Beach Aerie 
No. 3204, is observing "Free- 
dom Week" as part of national 
observance of Freedom Month 
designated by resolution of the 
Grand Aerie Convention In 
Kansas City, Mo,, In July, 

Bernard J, Kern, presided 
of the local Eagles, asked that 
city residents fly their Ameri- 
can flags each day this week. 
He said this week of Nov. 5 to 
II marks the 50th anniversary 
of the Bolshevick Revolution In 
Russia and the beginning of 
Communism. The Fraternal 
Order of Eagles is a member 
of the All American Conference 
to Combat Conjmunism, which 
stresses a Know Your America 
Week this monUi. 



Robert Pierce and Ray Hell- 
man are jco-chairman for 
Freedom 'Month activities in 
Virginia Beach. 

PUNGO BOROUGH--The Wo- 
men's Society of Christian 
Service at Charity Methodist 
Chorch held its annual supper 
and bazaar last Saturday, Nov. 
4, in the social hall, according 
to Mrs. Maude P. Harrison. 





Aviation Machinist Mate 3.C, 
Gerald H. Parker, USCG, m 
of Mr. and Mrs. E.E. I^k^ 
of Shelby Lane, Is in SanDiegd, 
Calif, as a member of the U,^. 
Coast Guard Search anfi Res- 
cue Group, 

Aviation Officer Candidate 
Gary R. Thompson, ua*, son 
of Mr. aM Mrs. Rolwrt L. 
Tlwmpson of Lynch Lane, a 
member of the Aviation Re- 
serve Officer Candidate (AV- 
ROC) program, was graduated 
from the Aviation Offflcw Can- 
didate School at Pensacola» F^ 



Pvt, Rountree 

Pvt. Edward E. Rountree, 
U.S. Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
E.C. Rountree of 18th Street, 
Beach Borough, recently grad- 
uated from training at Fort 
Benning, Ga. He is a 1967 grad- 
uate of First Colonial High. 



Marine Reserve Pvt. Stdibeii 
R. Furlough, son of MrL and 
Mrs. William E. FurloMgb pf 
Coventry Road, was gra^atjd 
from el^t weeks of feCliflt 
training at the Marine Corps 
Recruit Depot, Parrls Island, 
S.C. i 



The 1968 



Airman Alan S. Rollins, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. 
Rollins of John Silver Road, 
has completed basic training at 
I ackland AFB, Tex. He has been 
assigned to the Air Force 
Technical Traininp Center at 
Chanute AFB, 111., for special- 
ized schooling a.s an aircraft 
maintenance specialist. 



Airman Sharon R, Tiller, 
daughter of Mr. and Urn. 

Carroll E. Tiller of Perth Lane, 
Bayslde Borough, has coinplete<i^ 
basic training at Lackland AFB; 
Tex., and is assigned to QieAir, 
Force Technical Training Cen- 
ter at Sheppard AFB, Tex., fbr 
specialized schooling as a 
medical service specialist. She 
is a 1967 graduate of Bayslde 
High. 



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Virginia Beach Automobile Dealers Association 



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Then you know it's Quality Chekd*! 



November 8-12 



at Pembroke Mall 



REGISTER NOW FOR OVER 100 FREE PRIZES 




No purchase to make, no obligation 

whatsoever. Simply register at any dealer 

display on the Mall. 

WIN A MAGNAVOX COLOR TV 

The Grand Prize, to be drawn Sunday. A 

magnificent Magnavox color TV from 

Price's. Finely crafted Early American 

cabinet style. Features the lar^st color 

screen available. 

AND DOZENS OF OTHER PRIZES. 

Drawings held every hour, Nov. 8-12, 

Center Mall stage. 

Luttr SmHIifitld Hams 

Magnavox Transistor Radios 

Plus Othar Fine GifU From Pombroka 

Mall Merchants 

Don't miss this once-a-year opportunity 

to inspect all the new cars, under one 

roof, at Pembroke Mall . . . Tidewater's 

only enclosed mall shopping center. 



SEE ALL THE NEW 1968 CARS 

BUtCK & OPEL: Holt Buick, Inc., 21st & 

Pacific Ave. 

CHEVROLET: R K Chevrolet, Inc., 2661 
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Fugate: Highway Policy Is 'Economical' 



Timothy Jones, Penny Martin and Tom Bloom rehearse a scene 
in the Little Tlreater of Virginia Beach production, *'Five Finger 
Exercise/'a drama of family life which will open Dec. I at Court- 
yard Playhouse, on Virginia Beach Boulevard near the oceanfront, 
Beach Borough. . 



RICHMOND, VA.-The state 
government's policy of retaining 
local law firms in various com- 
munities to legally represent 
the government in highway land 
matters Is saving the state's 
taxpayers money, according to 
Douglas B. Fugate, commis- 
sioner of the Virginia Highway 
Department. 

This Is the gist of a report 
which Fugate recently made to 
Gov. Mills E.Godwin, and which 
other new spapers Interpreted in 
different ways. 

Fugate said officials in five 
of Virginia's neighlwring states 
were contacted in person, and 
Virginia officials obtained in- 
formation by phone and mail 
from six other state govern- 
ments "which I feel represent 
a cross-section of the country," 

He said the survey revealed 
that the supervision of the legal 
services was handled either by 
the Highway Department or the 
Attorney General in those other 
stages, and the numbers of 
attorneys on the payrolls of 
those states ranged from a low 
of 10 to a high of 125. 

"As you icnow, the State of 




By Les Lehigh 



Officer C.E. Stinson, of the 
3rd Police Precinct, recently 
raised the cooperation of 
members of Boy Scout Troop 
No. 440. 

^tting smoke coming from 
a bouse on Newtown Road,Stin- 
lon called for fire fighting 
equipment, which arrived as a 
crowd gathered. Stinson said the 
Boy Scouts came and began 
assisting fire fighters and 
directing traffic. The scouters 
were Identified as Frank 
George, Willie George, Mike 
He Daniels, Condon Meeks, 
Bruce Miller, and their advisor, 
Howard George. 

Members of the Seatack 
Volunteer fire and rescue unit 
are attending weekly classes on 
metttods of fighting various 
kinte of fires. Training Director 
Paul Hughes said classes are 
being held each Thursday night 
at the station. Hughes said 
Sidney Cwnlck, Jr., recently 
earned the highest score for the 
evening. 

Police Sgt. Norman Morse 
and officer Frank Scarborough 
are like others in the Virginia 
Beach Police Division who like 
the great outdoors. They and 
other men at the 2im1 Precinct 
have been putting the final 
touches on their duck blinds and 
generally getting ready for the 
duck season when it opens here 
Nov. 20. 

A recent trip to Neu York 
City by Capt. R.C, Davis, 2nd 
Precinct CO., and Capt. W.J. 
Moore, Jr., 3rd Precinct CO., 
gbowed bow advanced the Vir- 
ginia Beach Police Division is. 

When Oiey were in New York, 
I^vis and Moore were told how 
desk sergeants In that city's 
precincts are being seated 
beliind counters so they are 
eye-to-eye with people on the 
odier side of the counters. 

Davis and Moore said, "we 
alrMdy have this." The New 
Yorkers then showed photo- 
graphs of a new radio commu- 
nici^ioai center planned for 
several precincts. 

Davis and Moore, with a gleam 
In their eye said, "we already 
have tlUs, too." It was put In 
use in mid-0ctc4)er. 

A challenge has been Issued 
by men of the Ocean Park 
volunteer (ire and rescue unit. 

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The November meeting of the 
Virginia Beach Chapter of the 
American Association of Uni- 
versity Women will be held on 
Wedaeiday, Nov. 15 at eight 
P.IB., at ttte Eastern Shore Cha- 
Pd. 

The subject of the program 

wUl be "Changing Values Affect 

Art and Music". It has been 

pr^MTid and will be pr^ented 

bf Mrs. Jos^ Arna>ruster, 

Mrs. Murray Malbon, Mrs. 

Ronald MIcheUon, and Mrs. 

JOM|ft Sadler, 

TUs Mmt program wHl be 
pr««Btsd to Richmond on Nov, 
U tt t ptrt (d the Eastern IMs- 
trlet Wori»b(9 of AAtJW. Urs. 
Jamas G. Kellam and Mrs. 
Chirlas Lovltt will also attend 
Oit workshop in Rlduarad. 

Mrs. Josaph Sadler, pr^i- 
dwt of Iha local branch, was to 
mnwiS* Iht pt>vq> at the Mil- 
lar and Rkotds Women's Forum 
in Ridmoad on the nii^ <tf 



Bryan Glover says the unit has 
the highest percentage of non- 
smokers of any fire and rescue 
unit in the city. Glover says any 
unit which wants'to try and prove 
the statement wrong should con- 
tact the Ocean Park station. 

The next regular monthly 
meeting of the Virginia Beach 
Fire Council will be next Monday 
night at the Davis Corner fire 
station. 

Graham White, fire council 
secretary, says one of the 
topics to be discussed Is plans 
for opening the new Windsor 
Woods fire station, located on 
west Plaza Trail. The new sta- 
tion Is expected to be ready for 
use atx)ut the first of December, 
for men of the Princess Anne 
Plaza volunteer fire and rescue 
unit. 

Sgt. Daniel Creelman, Jr., 
attached to the Bayside Police 
Precinct, is one of the most 
avid golfers in the city. While 
Creelman won't tell his usual 
score for 18 holes, he claims 
he can take on any golfer in the 
division. O^'onder what his 
golf handicap is'') 




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OR DO THEY? 



Virginia has two full-time staff 
attorneys to supervise the 
acquisition of right of way," 
Fugate wrote, "Eight of the 
eleven states contacted used 
private fee attorneys in addition 
to staff attorneys for acquisition 
of right of way, and in four 
of the neighlx)ring states, there 
are employed local fee attorneys 
In each county on a basis similar 
to that employed in Virginia." 

Based on information ob- 
tained, Fugate wrote that legal 
costs to the various states 
ranged from a low of 2.59 per 
cent of total right of way costs 
to a high of 7.11 per cent. 

The percentage of legal costs 
to Virginia for the same period 
of time was 2.39 per cent of 
total right of way costs, he 
wrote. 



• • • 



"Yuu bfl the> do' Mine did' When the representative from Princess Anne Memorial 
Park t Aiilaiiicd it to us, »f didn't have to bt sold"...»e twught promptly and for 
> try sound nasons. 

"I don't want my vuft, or nu either (or that matter, to make derisions »h(ri uur 
cemrterx iroptrO shi uld bt. All AldNt. This is a choirt we mak> H "Cii Tllh H. 
"I »anl to protect our ^jmiics and insurance from ttie ever inrreasini: rise in cem- 
rtery lajid costs. Th> reprtsentaUve showed us ho* in the last 10 years, aluni this 
type of property has in some instances doubled in price. Thai's another na.'.on I 
bought now, 

■■We have seen, first hand, the cruel burdens on a family wh.n.ii has n. cImIm! in 
plan in advance. Among other things, much of the sudden fmaniial iost> iliat hit 
them could have been avoided. So*, 1 am payinc just a (e» dollars a niuiith and at 
todav's pnc.s. I kno» that what 1 leave my family will remain intact. 
"tthat do \ou think was the clincher Uat led us to select Princess Ann. M'nif rial 
Park . ..\^< found it to be Uie lovliest in the Tidewater area ami th( costs »tr' ine 
same or less compared to Uie others »e examined ... and iha*. H'ttyarid I (o,.; I 
both aertv, now, together, where ** wanted our Memorial Property. 
"tt ith a trust fund established by Princess Anne Memorial Park, perpetual car- 
ts guaranteed to keep it beautiful (or always. 

•If you ask me, and I know you dfdn't, I still say take care of it right now because 
that's really taking care of your family." 



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He wrote that at the time of 
his report, Virginia had 98 
attorneys throughout the state 
designated by the Attorney Gen- 
eral to handle the Dtpartment's 
legal work In cuiiin'ction with 
right iif wMT acquisition. 

'For the t-^ar ending June 30, 
1967, these attorneys repre- 
sented the i,Highway) Depart- 
ment In handling 7,052 right of 
way traBsactiiuis with a total 
acquisition cost of$28,161,534.- 
44," Fugate wrote. "Utility re- 
location and other costs brought 
total right of way expenditures 
to ^37,772,283.90, but the attor- 
neys participated in the land 
transactions only." 

He wrote that the attorney, 
or their law firms, were paid 
S87 1,27 1.79 for services in con- 
nection with the acquisition of 



right of way, or an average of 
$8,890 to each firm, or $123 per 
transaction. 

"Since about twenty per cent 
of these transactions were time 
consuming court cases, this 
average fee per transaction 
appears very reasonable In- 
deed," Fugate wrote, 
i He said It appears to him 
that the State of Virginia's pre- 
sent policy of "utilizing a small 
staff of attorneys and private 
local attorneys to acquire Its 
right of way is the most econo- 
mical method." "This opinion 
is based on the fact that most 
of our neighboring states which 
employ larger staffs of attor- 
neys still utilize local attorneys 
in the same maiuier that the 
State of Virginia employs these 
attorneys." 



Parker Heads 
y.B. Realtors 

Bailey Parker will be Installed 
as president of the Virginia 
Beach Board of Realtors In 
January, succeeding Scott 
Taylor in the position. 

The board at a recent lunch- 
eon meeting at The Cavalier 
hotel, also elected the following 
to serve with Parker next year: 

Alford William (Bill) Wells, 
vice president; Bert Blssett, 
secretary; Herbert Cooper, 
tre.viurer, and Scott Brooks, 
two-year director. Other direc- 
tors now are Kenny Jard, Jerry 
Verdon and Harry Evans. 

Scott Taylor also will begin a 
two-year term as director when 
the new officers are installed 
Jan. 19, 1968 at a dinner at The 
Cavaliej. 



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Thursday, November 9, 1967 

Published by Beach Publishing Corporation 



A Stronger Faith for All 



Reports from Virginia Beach 
City Hall on the number of 
building permits issued through 
the month of October this year 
leave no doubt that const ruction 
in our city of greater Virginia 
Beach continues on the rise. 

It also is interesting to note 
that, while permits for resid- 
ential construction continue on 
the increase, those for comm- 
ercial buildings also have been 
rising in recent months. 

For example, the dollar 
values listed on permits Issued 
by the city government for 
private commercial construc- 
tion during October alone was 
near $1 mil I Ion. At the same 
time, values listed for resident- 
ial construction topped $4.5 
million, helping boost the value 
figure for this year to near 
$43 million. 

Obviously, rising prices for 
materials, labor and services 
necessary in the building In- 
dustry are reflected In the value 
figures. B ut the number of 
permits issued by the local 
government also is above last 
year's level. The figure for the 
period of January through Qpt- 
ober this year was 2,679, com- 
pared to only 2,350 for the same 
10 months of 1966. 

It is heartening to many 
in our growing community to 
hear or read of such good news, 
particularly at a time when men 
of wisdom, courage, hope and 
faith are finding ways to settle 



differences here, as well as 
In the state, nation and world. 

There are legal disagree- 
ments In our community today 
which would tend to slow pro- 
gress In greater Virginia 
Beach. It is up to the courts 
to decide the legal merits of 
such things as property owner- 
ship, but reasonable men are 
finding ways to compromise for 
the time being so progress can 
continue. 

It also may be timely to note 
that the election on Tuesday of 
this week, when Democratic 
candidates swept to easy vic- 
tories In our community to 
disappoint local Republicans, 
Indicated most of the voters 

are satisfied. 

While the relatively lowturn- 
out of voters indicated a cer- 
tain amount of apathy in the 
views of some, it Indicates to 
us that most of the city's res- 
idents are satisfied with the 
present city administration and 
Democratic leadership. 

Perhaps it is due in no small 
part to the progress which has 
been and Is being made In ma- 
^our pomniunitY a better 
m^mii^cmd^iuH 
sue happines^bP^ith ourjriends 
and neighbors. 

This, together with the coo- 
peration evident onall sides and 
that particuflorly good news on 
construction permits show that 
hope and faith in our commun- 
ity are stronger than ever. 





Anne Hi ,h had a ; 
Here t'r ^ arch 
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hcd Quietly as students of Co, Hi ;h and ?n<ic, 
patriotic march on Atlantic Aveiuie last Saturju; 
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Virginia Beach Circuit Court 
Judges 

Robert S. Wahab 

Paul W, Ackiss 

George W. Vakos 

Decisions Oct. 27 to Nov. 2, 1967 

Luther M. Klepper, Shelter Road. Chesapeake, Va., found 
guilty of manslaughter in a traffic accident, sentenced to 12 
months in the city jail, sentence suspended. 

Roy T, Whitehead, Woodford St., Norfolk, Va., revocation of 
probation, sentenced to four years In the state penitentiary for 

statutory burglary. 

Virginia Beach Municipal Court 

Judges 

Pressley B. White 

Mary R. Speight 

Frank E. Butler, HI 

" Convictions Oct. 27 to Nov. 2, 1967 

Paul H. Smoley, New York, N.Y., convicted of reckless 
ilriviric, fiiu-d $50.00 and costs. 

Farrell F. Mealer, Miles Standlsh Road, Virginia Beach, 
i^onvicted ul reckless driving, fined $50.00 and costs. 

Janus A. K-^ith, Plaza Apartments, Virginia Beach, convicted 
of n Okies?, driving, fined $35.00 and costs. 

Ha.'isom Diggs, Park Avenue, Virginia Beach, convicted of 
r. rkhiss driving, fined $35.00 and costs. 

V irginia, Boacii Juvenile & 

Domestic Relations Court 

Judges 
Philip L. Russo 
Mary R. Speight 
Frank E. Butler, III 

f .I.St .Summation Oct, 27 tb Nov. 2, 1967 

Tl^f court had hearii^bn 57 juvenile oetitions which concerned 
T ersiPs 17 years of 'age or laider accused of violating state laws 
ir city ordinances. Spne ol the cases involved felonies. 

' til' I i.Lsis which the coiirt settled involved 17 on alleged 
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state Senate (3rd Senatorial District) 

Edward T. Caton 111 .D) 
William H. Hodges fD) 
Willard J, Moody (D) 
George R. Walker (D 



Nov. 7 



10,709 

10,563 

'10,138 



2,407 



'A City of Young Families 



House of Delegates 

Kenneth N. Whitehurst Jr. (D) 
B. R. Middleton (D^ 
Henry F. Claik'- (R) 
John A. Field HI (R) 



9,620 
8,8!8 
3,372 
3.026 



Clerk, Virginia Beach Circut Court 

John V. Fentress (D) 
David R, Smithson (R) 



9,616 
3.238 



Commonwealth's Attorney 

Andre Fvans (D) 
Israel Steingold ;R) 



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.a( (liTiirissionandtheCity School Boc. , 
iimunitv facilities and education plan. W 

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9,069 



3,258 



City Sergeant 

John E. Marr (D) 
Charles E. Richardson 'R) 
Joseph (.Josh) Dreano (I) 



8,976 

2,964 

588 



City Treasurer 

V, Alfr«J Ettierldge (D) 

C oamlss imer of Revenue 
lirtft D. Mj|¥ (D) 



11.347 



fo: a sli;:;l 
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schoob 

"Thi; 
school 
familit 
outs. Also, 
some f'xf^-i,' 
military pq 
47 per 
Cit% is! 
faiiiilU" 

age chilai > w .-:■ 
families, thus ;,rfr.ii 
into the school svstt 
birth rate. '-' *' 
rnetion is : 
young/ 1 
the old. 

migration of SHriior;^ 
juniors r^ults. 



M : :,tiKli'fi and 

:j:i grarle (harts 
:>-x to clarify the 
>se computations 
,:k1 IV. 

l:j6G tht percentage 
n 10.00 in the first 
rade, with 8.76 per 

:th, 8.83 per cent in 
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. Ill roasf- ' xcept 
thi^ t-ighth grade 

M,'! and private 

i Sist»ni. 

T: r !iial in most 
rr-trins of older 
• d'gree, to drop- 
be influenced to 
' movement of the 
•'..Approximately 
■ nrfdlment in the 
: ..yuung military 
■ 1.1. ntary schrwl 
a.'itiy replacing the older 
ine a constant feed-in 
rn far in excess of the 
' stating this pheno- 
re jobs for the 
• ;. personnel than for 
., thus a relative out- 
and an in-migration of 



"Survival :ai. 
computt-<{ ff r tht .11 I 
first grade r.ttf ■ . t'.-; 
total enrollin. i. ; ,;, 
total births d ., 
feed-ij. to fiist 
grad*^ survival i 
from dni'l' 
persons Ij 
(total births in . 
97.87 per miX, .-. i n, 
mortalitx.and n-: rrati. ; 

"It is of T' • ■ • 't f 
focus attenti 
in the survi. 
rate in'-reasio ;i , i •. 
158.63 per cent in I'J'V . 
the beginning ofth' 
is concernt'dj ;i ;: : 
with ynune chi! l:. , 



happening coincides .iti, 
sell-out of the laii" *..,' 
the City during 1908 iUid i , 
having the greatest iniprn t. 
has been a st'ii!;' ' ' 
housing developiii' ri 
in increasing nuint" ' atti 
families to the City. i:-. i<.ie^ 
seeable future, a very Siirn surv 
the first grade ran be < :ji"!"id. 



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ing tht^e ; ' irhthe last eight 

years t: hie change In the 

grade distiibuu.j... it iiiay thus be assumed 
that this distribuUoD will continue to cliaracter- 
\7.p the school systerr. for the period of this 



"The survival rateb for trades 2 Ihi.u.di 12 
were computed as a perteritu ' ' 
proceeding to the next !ajr,.,j 
year. For example, a smvival rate oi ji.erj 
per cent was generated in 1959 by dividinr 
1838 persons (enrollment in second grade., by 
1985 (enrollment in first grade). 

"Survival r-dtHs thus .fl'jmputfd indi'bi' a 
fairly stable progression from f rad*' t' 
and show, as did the grade distribution u; . 
preceding, a small attrition from the lower te, 
the higher gr^es. Two exceptions to this 
statement should be pointed out. The input of 
larochial and private schools cause a rise in 
the survival rate In the oight- ~ * : and in 
1960 the fluctuation in the tent; ith and 

twelfth grades was causal by l^orfolk's 
anoexatioo in 1959 of a portitMi of Princess 
Anne County. For purpose of this plan, however, 
tb^e exceptions jiiay be igiwred. 



Once we call something a "necessary evil," it starts look- 
ing more necessary and less evil! 

That woman is as pretty as ever—it Justtak^ her longer.. 

Sign in a restaurant: "Our steaks are so tender—bow did 
the cow ever walk?** 

Ladies, want to ke^ your skia smootl)? Put two ttilngs in 
the dishwater— your bmland's hands. 

If you want to flatter some(»e, Ju^ tell ttiem they're tbe 
kiml of person who can't be flattered. 

Speaking of flattery, you can fUstter yourself with a ham- 
burger "plc^me-up" at 

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Virginia Beach Sun 



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Holland Elementary School 
will have an open house for par- 
ents of first and second grad- 
ers on Thursday, Nov. 9, be- 
ginning at 7:30 p.m. Parents 
will be able to talk with tea- 
chers. Parents are to meet in 
the cafeteria first. 

Open house for other grades 
were held earlier in the week. 



Tlie sign's up, with bricks, steel and otiier building material fol- 
lowing for this new outlet of Moore's Super Stores, Inc., being 
constructedbeside Virginia Beach Boulevard, near its intersection 
with Lynnshores Drive in Lynnhaven Borough. (SUN Staff Photo) 



A Preaching Mission will be 
held at Tabernacle Methodist 
Church, Nov. 12 to 16 at 7:30 
p.m. 

The Rev. Miss Mildred Long, 
pastor of Lynnhaven Methodist 
Church will be the evangelist. 

The public is cordially 
invited. Tabernacle is located 
on Sandbridge Road by the Lotus 
Gardens three miles west of 
Sandbridge beach. 



Courthouse Elementary. Prin- 
cipal Boyd Owens will introduce 
the teachers at Monday's meet- 
ing. 

The PTA plans to completely 
equip a sick room for the school; 
and Mrs. Cecil Flora, ways and 
means chairman, is planning a 
Spring Carnival for the school. 

After Monday's business 
meeting, t{iere will be a showing 
of the film. "The Molfstcr ' 



ArePaite 
In Fimi Here 

Two Viriiaik B«ac]) reit* 
dents, 3am» It. Land Jr. and 
Harry L. Solomoni are now 
partners IB tbe Itrai of Langley, 
Mcttonald ii 0\«nh$A, odosul- 
ting engineers. . 

Both of them sad a aar4 new 
partner, W.t., jChAUil tave 
been with Laocley^ UcOotaM 
4 Overman for a nomt^er of 
years. ConidlA Hves la ClKsa- 
peake, , • 

George Lafgb|^ ^ipli Me- 
Donald and WiUMtttvOmakta, 
senior partii«iiilrfhefinn,are 
Virginia BevA fatMeOts. 



C & P Telephone Co. 
Hli New Interstate Rates 



Ntt, lover phone rates for 
faHeriOtt ctlls became effec- 
Hte Mov. 1, U the Chesapeake 
and Potomac Telei^ne Com- 
pany system. 

Among the changes in rates 
to he«eflt customers are: 

Thi» $1 maximum rate for a 
tiree-minute station-to-station 
ctil anyvliere In the continental 
Untted States (except Alaska) 
is effective at 7 p.m. each week 
nigM, 

TMs $1 rate Is also In effect 
all day Saturday, as well as 
Sunday. 

Included in this rate reduction 



is a maximum 75^ cost for a 
dialed direct station-to-station 
call for three minutes coast-to- 
coast every mght between mid- 
night and 7 a.m. 

There Is a new reduced rate 
applicable to station-to-station 
calls from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 
5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Monday thru 
Friday. 

These rate reductions are the 
twenty-second major cut since 
the introduction of United States 
coast-to-coast service In 1915. 

The Intrastate rates in Vir- 
ginia were not affected by the 
reductions in interstate calling. 




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Gorifefi Ckib Plans Meeting 



M.M. Parker will show slides 
on "Plant Improvement" at the 
meeting of the Princess Anne 
Garden Club to be held at 2:30 
p.m. Monday, Nov. 13 at the 



Cavalier Hotel. Hostfsses uill 
be Mrs. Michael M. Park-r, 
Mrs. W.C. !'<rir!..r and Mrs. J. 
Haymond Prit. hnril. 



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'The new 1968 Peugeot 404 Sedan and 404 
Station Wi^on are positively shiftless. 
How come? New automatic transmission. 




404 Station Wagon 



Now, this is no ordinary automatic, just as the Peugeot 404 Is 
no ordtaary car. (We didn't speml years p<>rfM'tJng it, just to be 
likeevtryoneeliEe.) Ourne« soitomatlc transmission is cus- 
tom d«ilgned from scratch to be completely ojmpatible 
with the new 80-horse Peugeot engine. It's so efficient, 
smootb, and silent that none of the Peugeot power or per- 
formance is lost. (And you still get over 25 mil^ to the 
gallon. Wbat's more, this new automatic transmission is 
Ml our only optional extra. As always, we Include over 
1500*8 worth of "extras" at m> extra cost; sliding sun roof, 
carpeting throughout, safety padded reclining bucket seats, 
Mlchelin X tires (three layers of steel cord), padded dash- 
tKard, power brak», heater i defroster, windshield wash- 
' cr, and center arm rest. 
Now, if you're the type who s^l Uk^ to shift for himself, 
we tlM lave a standard 4-speedsyncbromesh transmission. 

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The Stdr of the Sea Women's 
Cduni'il will meet at 8 p.m. 
Tut-sday, Nnv. 14 in the Recre- 
ation Center. The program will 
be "Know Your Neighbor." 



The Courthouse Elementary 
School PTA will hold its monthly 
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday, 
Nov. 13, in the school auditor- 
ium. The PTA budget for the 
year of near $900 will be pre- 
sented. It includes a $200 
scholarship foradeservini^higb 
school senior who has attendM 



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Thursday, November 9, 1967 



'Jaguar' Fathers Dozen 

Bara Von Kenrlch, a German ^^en dozen puppies, a large 

shepherd owned by Mrs. Ruth ""^r for a shepherd. Father 

HIeiBch of Blrdhaven Court, ^^ 'he puppies is Harlanhiems 

pr«eirted her owner with an Japar, owned by Richard 



Tavlor. 



Pf/HCeSA THEATRE 



3177 Va. Beach Blvd. 



now fUYIHG -THROUGH TUESDAY 



SIDNEY POITIER 

as the teacher who learns the ABC's 
from London's turned-on teens! 



FMfuras: 1:20 3:20 
S:20 7:20 9:20 

JAM[S CLAVELIS PRCDUC" 




Aioms Picked 
As Alternate 
For 6.E. 'Bowl' 

KEMPSVILLEBOROLGH-- 
The old joke about the under- 
study waiting in the \vings hoping 
the star will break a leg almost 
could apply to Ocit T. Adams 
son of Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Hyde 
of Princess Anns Road. 

Adam, a senior at Richmond 
University, has been named as 
alternate on a school team that 
will appear on General Elec- 
tric's College Bowl at 1:30 p.m. 
Sunday, Nov. 12 on WAVY, 
Channel 10. 

He graduated from Princess 
Anne High School in 1964. 



Lynnhaven 





Windsor Woods Library will 
have story hours for children 
three to five years old at 10 a.m. 
on Nov. 9 and 22 and Dec. 1, 7, 
15, 21 and 29. School-age child- 
ren will be welcome during 
Christmas vacation. 



family fun night supper on 
Thursday, Nov. 9 from 6:30 to 
7:30 p.m. Each family is asked 
to bring one dish. A short 
business meeting will follow. 



The Windsor Woods Elemen- 
tary School P-TA will have a 



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Prftictss ilDDIE jmE ivtry SATUHDAY 9:15 AiN 
thh w-k '^OH Of CAPWH BLOOD' m ckr 




The Point 0' Woods Garden 
Club held its annual Card Party 
and Fashion Show on Tuesday, 
and Miller &. Rhoads provided 
hair pieces for showing. 



Thomas S. Ellis III, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. T.S. Ellis Jr. 
of Lynn Cove Lane, has been 
Invited to membership on the 
Board of Student Advisers of 
the Harvard Law School. He Is 
a second-year law student. 

The Board of Advisers, com- 
posed of 16 high-ranking stu- 
dents, was established in 1910 
to administer the Law School's 
annual series of moot court 
arguments. 



5>teve Cochran of Tlmberland 
Trail here has been selected to 
membership in PI Delta Epsilon 
honorary journalism fraternity 
at the College of William 4 
Mary, Williamsburg. He is a 
junior majoring in government 
and is feature editor of The Flat 
Hat, the college newspaper. 



A simple guide to the new Long Distance rates. 




Fro n), 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. you can call anywhere in the United States for a dollar or less, 
for the first three minutes, station to station. (Excluding Alaska and Hawaii). 



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Anytime on weekends you get the very lowest Long Distance rates. Anytime from 
7 p.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Monday. 




Anytime between midnight and 7 in the morning, you can call anywhere in the United 
States tor 7r)c or less for the first three minutes. But only if you dial direct. It's sort of 
a "night people" special. 



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The C&P Telephone Company of Virginia 

—, Pan (iltl»llttiom(»i^B«H System 





Sheri Reid, Don Reid and Roby Brown in a scene from **The Odd 
Couple/' a comedy playing at Wedgewood Theatre in Williamsburg 
through December 2, • 

Cadet John Bocock, son cf 
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Bocock of 
Pinewood Road, has been pro- 
moted to staff sergeant in the 
qadet corps at Kandolph-Ma- 
con Academy, Front Royal, Va. 
He is on the varsity basket- 
ball team and the J.V. foot- 
tall team there. 



Coflipus Copers 



Two Virginia Beach students 
are among 18 s e n i o r s at Ran- 
dolph-Macon Woman's College 
selected for inclusion in the 
1967-68 edition of Who's Who 




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Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities. 

They are Susanne Church 
^-^llgL-_Jg" ghter of Mr. and 
Mrs. Webster L. Lawler of 
Atlantic Avenue, Beach Bor- 
ough, and Klizabeth Sellers, 
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. 
Thomas Duncan Sellers of Sandy 
Valley Hoad, Lynnhaven Bor- 
ough. 



Peggy Leigh Garvin, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. George Garvin 
of Cypress Avenue, is a mem- 
ber of the concert band at N.C, 
Wesleyan College, 




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• LEGAL NOTICES 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
The Virginia Beach Plaudit 
Commission will coaSndt t 
Public HeariiHi on Tuesday. 
November 14, 1967 at 2 P.M. 
in the Municipal Court, Cltjr 
Hall, PrincMS Anne Nation, 
Vlri^a Beach, Virginia. The 
following appllcattoas will 
appMT on the agenda. 

I. Application of theH(mor- 
able Council of the City (tf 
Virginia Beach for a ctm^t ot 
aon^ trom Residence SiAwr. 
^ nstrld 3 (R-s 3) to Umited 



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Thursday, November 9, 1967 



Virginia Bea::h Sun 



Page 7 



LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES 



Commercial District 3 (C-L 3} 
on certain property located oa 
the West side of North Lynn- 
haven Road beginning at a point 
137 feet more or less South of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, run- 
ning a distance of 85 feet along 
the West side of North Lynn- 
haven Road, running a distance 
of 150 feet along the Northern 
property line, running a dis- 
tance of 85 feet along the 
Western property line, and run- 
ning a distance of 150 feet along 
the Southern property line. 
(Pinevood hardens Area) Lyhn- 
haven Borough 

n. Application of the Honor- 
able Council of the City of 
Virginia Beu:h for a change of 
zoning from Residence Suburban 
District 3 (R-S 3) to Limited 
Commercial District 2 (C-L 2) 
of certain property located on 
ttie intersection of Providence 
Road and Indian River Road 
beginning at a point 170 feet 
North of Providence Road (Re- 
located) running a distance of 
260 feet along the ScHithern 
property line, running a distance 
of 150 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance 
of 240' feet along the Northern 
property line, and running a 
distance of 150 feet along the 
Western property line. (Lalce- 
ville Estates Area). Kempsville 
Borough. 

in. Application of the Honor- 
able Council of theCitarof 
Virginia Beach (or a change of 
zoning from One Family Resi- 
dence District (R-1) to General 
Business District (B-2) and a 
Use Permit to construct a 
marina and assoc i ated enter- 
prises on certain property"" 
located on the South side of 
Winsttm Salem Avenue beginning 
at a point 80 feet more or less 
West of Baltic Avenue and run- 
ning a distance of 640 feet more 
or less along the South side of 
Winston Salem Avenue, running 
a distance of 530 feet more or 
less along the Western property 
line. Northern bank of Lalce 
Rudee, running a distance of 
650 feet more or less along the 
Southern property line, of which 
a portion is the Northern bank 
of Lake Rudee, running a dis- 
tance of 180 feet more or less 
along the Eastern property line. 
(Shadowlaw n Heights Area). 
Virginia Beach Borough. 

IV. Application of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Department of 
Law, for a discontinuance, 
closure and abandonment of an 
mmamed 30-foot road located 
90 feet more >r less South of 
Ofk Lynn Path iwf hinniflg in a , 
Southerly direction 490 feet ' 
more or less thence running in 
aa Easterly direction 140 feet 
moreSc less to a proposed 50- 
foot ri^ of way. Said street is 
located in UtUe Haven. (Uttle 
Haven hia). Lynnhaven Bor- 
ough. 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH 

V. Application of Aragona 
Baptist Church for a Use Per- 
mit to construct a church on 
certain jatverty located on the 
North side of Haygood Road 
beginning at a point 555 feet 
more or less West of Hunting 
Hill Lane, running a distance (tf 
250 feet along the North side of 
Haygood Road, running a dis- 
tance (tf 855.42 feet along die 
Eastern property line, nmning 



a distance of 308.06 feet along 
the Northern property line and 
running a distance of 827.40 
feet along the Western property 
jilne. (Aragona Village Area.) 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH 

VI. Application of "ftibernacle 
Baptist Church for a Use Per- 
mit to construct a ctwrcb on 
certain property located on the 
West sideofWhitehurst Landing 
Road, beginning at a point 1500 
feet more or less North of 



tance of 130 feet along the 
Western property line, running 
a distance of 189 feet more or 
less along the Southern property 
line and running a distance of 
130 feet along the Eastern pro- 
perty line. (London Bridge 
Area). 

XL Application of Armond 
Caplan, Alan Fleder and Harry 
Fleder for a change of zoning 
from Limited Commercial Dis- 
trict 2 (C-L 2) to General 



Providence Road,rumiingadl^.^ Commercial District 2 (CG 2) 
tance of 916. 18 feet on the West ^ ^ ^^^ pgj.n,it j^^ a new and 



side of Whitehurst Landing 
Road, running a distance of 543 
feet more or less along the 
Northern property line, running 
a distance of 950 feet more or 
less along the Western property 
line and running a distance of 
933 feet more or less along the 
Southern property line. (Home- 
stead Area). 

Vn. Ai^lication of theKemp- 
svllle Veterinary Clinic for a 
Use Permit to operate a veter- 
inary hospital on certain pro- 
perty located on the North side 
of Princess Anne Road beginning 
at a point 210 feet more or less 
East of Bonney Road and running 
a distance of 88.66 feet along the 
North side of Princess Anne 
Road, running a distance of 188 
feet along the Eastern property 
line, running a distance of 53.16 
feet along the Northern property^ 
line, running a distance of 193.^5 
feet along the Western property 
line. Eastern property line of 
abandoned Norfolk-Southern 
Railroad Rl^t ofWay.(Kemps- 
ville Corner Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH 

VIII. AM)lication of Douglas 
-F;H4asoE ^r^r-Bse^ Permifi© 
operate overnight camping 
facilities on certain property 
located 450 feet more or less 
West of Colechester Neck Road 
and 1200 feet more or less 
South of McClannan Lane, run> 
ning a distance of 640 feet 
more or less along the Northern 
property line, running a distance 
of 950 feet more or l^s along 
the Western property line, run- 
ning a distance of 790 feet more 
or less along the Southern pro- 
perty line and running a distance 
of 720 feet more or less along 
the Eastern property line. 
(Lotus Gardens Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 

D(. Application of A. Owens 
Jones, D.V.M. for a change of 
zoning from Residence Divlex 
District 2 (R-D 2) to Umited 
Commercial District 3 (C-L 3) 
and a Use Permit for an animal 
hospital on certain prc^rty 
located'^ ttie North skle of 
Sbore DrivrMfflUng aripoUtt^ 

377 feet more or less East of 
Page Avenue, running a distance 
of 52 feet along the North side 
of Shore Drive. Said lots are 
designated as Lot 22 and Qie 
Southern 21 feet of Lot 6, Block 
4, Plat of Lynnhaven Shores. 
(Lynnhaven Shores Area). 

X. AppUcation of, Otis C. 
Darden for a Use Permit to 
operate a used car sales and 
gasoline supply station on cer- 
tain property located on the 
South side of Virginia Beadi 
Boulevard beginning at a point 
102 feet more or less West of 
Great Neck Road, running a 
distance of 190 feet tloog the 
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used car agency on certain 
property located on the South 
side of Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard beginning at a point 601 
feet more or less West of Great 
Neck Road, running a distance 
of 345 feet more or less on the 
South side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, running a distance 
of 543 feet more or less along 
the Western property line, run- 
ning a distance of 475 feet more 
or less along the Southern pro- 
perty line and running a distance 
of 352 feet more or less along 
the Easternproperty line. (Lon- 
don Bridge Area). 

XII. Application of Viking In- 
vestment Corporation for a 
change of zoning from Limited 
Commercial District 2 (C-L 2) 
and Residence Suburban District 
3 (R-S 3) to General Commer- 
cial District 3 (C-G 3) on certain 
property located on the North- 
east corner of Button Lane and 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, run- 
ning a distance of 517.5 feet 
along the North side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, running a dis- 
tance of 626 feet more or less 
along the Eastern property line, 

-funning afdistance^^ of ^38 feet 
along the South side of Oconee 
Avenue, running a distance of 
700 feet more or less along the 
Western property line, of which 
210 feet is the Eastern property 
line of Hutton Une. Said lots 
are designated as Site 9 and a 
portion of Site 8, Plat of Oconee 
Park. (Oconee Park Area). 

XIII. Application of Minute- 
man Automatic Car Wash for a 
change of zoning from Limited 
Commercial District 1 (C-L 1) 
to General Commercial District 
3 (C-G 3) and a Use Permit to 
operate a car wash with gaso- 
line supply on certain property 
located on the North side of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, be- 
ginning at a point 1200 feet more 
or less East of Plaza Trail, 
running a distance of 244.5 feet 
on the Nortii side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, running a dis- 
tance of 136.14 feet on the 
Eastern prcffiertyliofs* running a 
distuce of 285.88 feet along the 
Northern property line. Said 
parcel being triangular in 
shape. (Princess Anne Plaza 
Shotting Center Area). 

XIV. Application of J. W. 
Arthur by Thomas C. Broyles, 
Attorney, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
2 (R-D 2) to Limited Commer- 
cial District 3 (C-L 3) on cer- 
tain property located on the 
Northwest corner of Shore Drive 
and Kleen Street running a dis- 
tance of 128.06 feet on the North 
side of Shore Drive, running a 
distance of 280.17 feet on the. 
West side of Kleen Street. Said 
lots are designated at Lots 1 1, 
20, 21 and 22, Block 6, Plat of 
Lynnhavwj Shores. (Lynnhaven 
Shores Area). 

XV. AM>lication of The Banks 
Family, Inc. for a change of 
zoning from Residence Subur- 
ban District 3 (R-S 3) to Limited 
Commercial District 1 (C-L 1) 
on certain property located on 
the East side of North Great 
Neck Road, beginning at a point 
400 feel South of Cape Henry 
Drive, running a distance of 100 
feet along the East side nf North 
Great Neck Road, running a 
distance of 259.5 feet along the 
Southern property line, running 
a distance of 100,82 feet along 
the Eastern property line, and 
running a distance of 245.61 feet 
along the Northern property 
line. Sakl lots are designated as 
Lots 9 and 10, Plat of Lynnhaven 
I^k as found in Map Book 22, 
PagI 78. (Lynnhaven Colony 
Area). 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH 
, XVL Application of Laskin 
Development Corporation by 
Thomas C. Broyles , Attorney, 
fpr a discontinuance, closure 
and abandonment of a portion of 
Pacific Avenue beginning at a 
point on the South side of Fourth 
Street and running in a Southerly 
direction a distance of 300 feet 
more or less, thence running in 
a Westerly direction a distance 
of 85 feet more or less, thence 
running in a Northerly direction 
a distance of 300 feet more or 
less, thence running in an East- 
etly direction a distance of 15 
feet more or less. 
XVd. AppUcation of Laskin 
Development Corporation by 
Ttemas C. Broyles, Attornejr, 
for a change of zoning from 
Retail Business District (B-1) 
to Motel-Hotel District (M-H) 
and a Use Permit to construct 
a 62-unlt Bwtel on ctrtain prp- 
p6rty located on the South-west 
corner of Fourth Street and 
Rudee Boulevard, running a dis- 
tutce of 231.5 feet along the 



South side of Fourth Street, 
running a distancfe of 280.94 
feet along the Wtst side of 
Rudee Boulevard, running a dis- 
tance of 94 feet alopg the 
Southern property line, running 
a distance of 245 feet more or 
less along the Western property 
lint. Said lots are designated as 
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, and the 
Northern portion of Lots 10, 11, 
and 12. Block n, >, 
XVIH. Application of Richmaie 
Enterprises, Inc. for a change 
of zoning from Retail Business 
District (;b-1) to General Busi- 
ness District (B-2) and a Use 
Permit to operate a restaurant 
with dancing aiul entertainment 
facilities on certain property 
located on the West side of 
Atlantic Avenue approximately 
200 feet more or less North of 
20th Street on certain property 
known as The Rathskeller at 
2014 Atlantic Avenue as shown 
in Map Book 13, Page 26. 
XIX. The Planning Commis- 
sion will conduct a Public Hear- 
ing on an ordinance tn amend 
Chapter 20-1 and 20-5 (Trailers 
and Trailer Camps) of the Code 
of the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia to include major rec- 
reation equipment and the park- 
ing, storage and use thereof. 
More information is available 
in the Office of the Clerk of the 
Circuit Court, Office oftheCity 
Manager and the Offif:e of the 
City Planning Commission. 

XX. The Planning Commis- 
sion will conduct a Ptiblic Hear- 
ing on an ordinance to amend 
Sections 2 and 3 of the Master 
Zoning Plan of the City of 
Virginia Beach to itichide a 
-''Planried"lfeH"BCT'«topmeBt*BM^ 
trict and setting forth the proce- 
dure to be followed in making 
application. More information 
is available in the Office of the 
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Of- 
fice of the City Manager and the 
Office of the City Planning Com- 
mission. 

All interested persons are 
invited to attend. 
F. MASON GAMAGE 
Director of Planning 

11-2-2T 

NOTICE 
Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the 
Council of the City of Virginia 
Beach will be held in the Circuit 
Court, City Hall on Monday, 
November 13, 1967, at 2 P.M. 
o'clock at which time persons 
will be heard for and against 
the following proposed changes 
of zoning, use permits, etc.: 

I. Application of the. 
Honorable Council of the City (i(* 
Virginia Beach for a change of 
zoning from Residence Duplex' 
District I (R-D 1) to Residence 
Suburban District 4 (,R-S 4) oj 
certain property bounded |jy 
South Lynnhaven Road and l/m- 
don BridgeCreek. Said property 
is designated as Sections 10, 
11, 12, Subdivision of Princess 
Anne Plaza recorded in Map 
Book 52, Pages 45, 46, and 47. 
Excluded from this is Parcel 
A, shown in Section 11 of Prin- 
cess Anne Plaza; Parcel A, 
shown in Section 12 of Princess 
Anne Plaza; and Lots 19 through 
38, Block 27 as shown in Sec- 
tion 12 of Princess Anne Plaza. 
Princess Anne Boroueh. (Prin- 
cess Anne Plaza Area). 

II, Application of Lerak 
Investment Corporation byL.L. 
Underwood, Attorney, for a 
change of zoning from Agricul- 
tural District (A-R) and Limit- 
ed Commercial District 2 (C-L 
2) to Limited Commercial Dis- 
trict 2 (C-L 2), General Com- 
mercial District 2 (C-G 2) and 
Residence Suburban District 4 
(R-S 4) of certain property 
located on Holland Road and 
South Lynnhaven Road. 
Parcel 1 to be changed from 
A-R to C-L 2: Beginning at a 
p«iint on the East side of Holland 
Road 1100 feet more or less 
South of South Lynnhaven Road 
running a distance of 780 feet 
more or less along the East 
side of Holland Road, running a 
distance of500feetnii)reorless 
along the Northern property 
line, running a distance of 790 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line and run- 
ning a distance of 470 feet more 
or less along the Southern pro- 
perty line. 

Parcel 2 to be chanced from 
A-R to C-L 2: Beginning at a 
point on the Fast side of Hi il land 
Road a distance nf 700 fppt more 
or less South of South Lynnhaven 
Road and running a distance of 
290 feet more or less al'Mii' the 
East side of Holland Road, riln- 
ning a distance of 568 feet iivire 
or less alone the Northern pro- 
perty linr', runnine a distance of 
630 feet more or less alonq the 
Eastern property line and run- 
ning a distanc*' of 500 feet more 
or less along the, S n u t h e r n 
property line. 

Parcel 3 to be changed from 
C-L 2 to C-G 2; On certain 
property located on the South- 
east corner of Holland Road and 
South Lynnhaven Road running a 
distance of 465 feet more or 
less along the East side of 
Holland Road and running a 
distance of 179 feet more nr 
less along the South side of South 



Lynnhaven Road and running a 
distance of 425 feet more or less 
along the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 300 
feet more or less along the 
Southern property line. 
Parcel 4 to be changed from 
A-R to C-L 2: Beginning at a 
point on the South side of South 
Lynnhaven Road, a distance of 
515 feet more or less East 
of Holland Road running a dis- 
tance of 813 feet more or less 
along the South side of South 
Lynnhaven Road, running a dis- 
tance of 425 feet more or less 
along the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 813 
feet more or less along the 
Southern property line and run- 
ning a distance of 425 feet more 
or less along the Western 
property line. 

Parcel 5 to be changed from 
A-R to R-S 4: Beginning at a 
point 625 feet more or less Soiflj 
of South Lynnhaven Road and a 
distance of 500 feet more or less 
West of Holland Road.runninga 
distance of 1900 feet more or 
less along the Norther property 
line, running a distance of 1620 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line aJid run- 
ning a distance of 3000 feet more 
or less along the Southern pro- 
perty line, running a distance of 
1500 feet more or less along the 
Western property line. (Car- 
dinal Estates Area) Princess 
Anne Borough, 

III. Application of Lotus 
Enterprises, Inc. byKellamand 
Kellam, Attorneys, for charf{?es 
of zoning from Agricultural Un- 
restricted District (A-U) to 
General Commercial District 2 

^C-G 2) and a Use Permit to 
operate a gasoline supply station 
and to Limited Commercial 
District 2 (C-L 2) on certain 
property located on the North 
side of Sandbridge Road begin- 
ning at a point approximately 
1100 feet North of Atwoodtown 
Road. 

Parcel 1 to be changed from 
A-U to C-G 2 and a Use Permit 
to i operate a gasoline supply 
station: Running a distance of 
200 feet along the North side of 
Sandl)ridge Road, running a dis- 
tance of 200 feet along the 
Western property line, running 
a distance of 200 feet along the 
Northern property line, running 
a distance of 200 feet along th^ 
Eastern property line. 
Parcel 2 to be changed from. 
A-U to C-L 2: Certalnproperty 
located on the North side of 
Sandbridge Road running a dis- 
tance, of 1610 feet more or less 

" alonff the Ntfrth side- of Sand- 
bridge Road running a distance 
of 600 feet more or less along 
the Western property line and 
running a distance of 2010 feet 
more or less along the Northern 
property line and running a 
distance of 600 feet more or 
less along the Easternproperty 
line. (Proposed Subdivision of 
Lagomar Area) Princess Anne 

, Borough. 

IV. Application of Lesner 
Bridge Service Corp. for a 
change of zoning from Residence 
Duplex District 2 (R-D 2) to 
Limited Commercial District 3 
(C-L 3) on certain property 
located on the East side of 
Roanoke Avenue beginning at a 
point 100 feet m.ore or less 
North of Shore Drive running a 
distance of 55 feet more or less 
along the East side of Roanoke 
Avenue running a distance of 10 1 
feet more or less along the 
Northern property line, running 
a distance of 50 feet more or 
less along the Easternproperty 
line and running a distance of 
97 feet more or less along the 
Southern property line. Said lot 
is designated as Lot 9, Block 
26, Section B, Plat of Ocean 
Park. (Ocean Park Area) Bay- 
side Borough. 

V. Application of VivianG, 
Doummar for a change of zf)ning 
from Retail Business District 
(B-1) to Motel-Hotel District 
(M-H) and a Use Permit to 
construct 20 motel units on 
certain property located on the 
West side of Pacific Avenue 
beginning at a point 30 feet 
North of 29th Street running a 
distance of 115.96 feet along the 
Southern property line and run- 
nine a distance of 90 feet along 
the Western property Une and 
runnine a distance nf 115.96 
feet alone the Northern property 
line and running a distance of 
90 feet along the West side of 
Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach 
Borough, 

VI. Application of Rosalind 
H. Westgate for a Use Permit 
to opt^rate a real estate office 
on certain property located on 
the North side of 32nd Street 
beginning at a point 40 feet more 
or less East of Holly Road, 
running a distanc of 50 feet 
along thi-' North side of 32nd 
Street ; ' nmning a distance of 
140 teet u ,..^ the Eastern pro- 
perty line and running a distance 
of r>6 feet along the N o r t h e r n 
property line and running a 
distance of 140 feet along the 
Western property line. Said loi 
being designated as Lot 3, Block 
105, Plat of Lliihorn Park. 
Virginia Beach Borough. 

VII. ARJllcatlon of Helen w. 



Epstein, L. K. Mason, C, E. 
Mason, Elizabeth Meredith, A. 
P. Wilson, Mid J. D. Wilson, D. 
Martin and Frances W;Cad for 
a change of zoning from Retail 
Business District (B^l) to Gen- 
eral Business District (B-2) 
and a Use Permit to operate a 
gasoline supply station on cer- 
tain property located on the 
Northwest corner of 27th Street 
and Pacific Avenue, running a 
distance of 250 feet along the 
West side of Pacific Avenue and 
running a distance of 115.97 
feet along the North side of 27th 
Street. Said lots are designated 
as Lots 1 through 5, Block 99 
as sliown in Map Book 5, Page 
108, and a portion of Lot 1, 
Block I as shown In Map Book 
8, Page 10. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

V III. Application of Sandpiper 
Motor Apartments, Inc. for a 
change of zoning from One- 
Family Residence District (R-l) 
to Motel-Hotel District (M-H) 
and a Use Permit td construct 
24 motel-hotel apartment units 
on certain property located on 
the Southwest corner of Twelfth 
Street and Pacific Avenue run- 
ning a distance of 15 5 feet along 
the West side of Pacific Avenue, 
running a distance of 175 feet 
along the Southern property lin^ 
running a distance uf 155 fe^ 
along the Western property line 
and running a distance of 175 
feet along the Northern property 
line. Virginia Beach Borough. 

K. Application of T, M, 
Murphy for a Use Permit to 
construct 32 motel apartment 
units located on the Northeast 
corner of Tenth Street and Paci- 
fic Avenue, running a distance 
of 100 feet along the North side 
of Tenth Street and running a 
distance of 280 feet along the 
Eastern property line, running 
a distance of 75 feet along the 
Northern property line. South- 
ern property line of Eleventh 
Street, and running a distance 
of 280 feet along the East side 
of Pacific Avenue. Said property 
is divided by a 10-foot alley, 
Virginia Beach Borough. 

X. Application of Linkhorn 
Land Corporation by Thomas C. 
Broyles, Attorney, for a change 
of zoning from Rural Resi- 
dence District 1 (R-R 1) with 
a Motel and Tourist and Res- 
taurant District (T-2) Supple- 
ment to Multiple Family Resi- 
dence District (R-M) with a 
Motel and Tourist and Restau- 
rant District (T-2) Supplement 
and a Use Permit to construct 
65 S4)artment units on certain 
property located on the North 
side of Drible DrlV^beglrinft^ 
at a point 469 feet more or less 
North of Laskin Road running a 
distance of 347,7 feet along the 
North side of Oriole Drive and 
running a distance of 408 feet 
along the Wester nproperty line, 
running a distance of 251.53 
feet along the Northern property 
line and running a distance of 
468.59 feet along the Eastern 
property line. (Birdneck Area). 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

XI. Application of Gabor, 
Inc. for a change of zoning from 
Residence Duplex District 2 
(R-D 2) to Multiple Family 
District (R-M), Residence Sub- 
urban District 4 (R-S 4) and 
General Commercial District 
3 (C-G 3) on certain property 
located on the West side of 
South Birdneck Road. 

Parcel I to be C-G 3: Beginning 
at a point on the West side of 
South Birdneck Road 1000 feet 
more or less South of Beautiful 
Street and running a distance of 
382 feet more or less along the 
West side of South Birdneck 
Road and running a distance of 
621 feet more or less along the 
Northern property line, running 
a distance of 439 feet more or 
less along the Western property 
line and running a distance of 
690 feet more or less along the 
Southern property line. 

Parcel 2 to he R-S 4: Beginning 
at a point on the West side of 
Saint Avenue 210 feet more or 
less South of Beautiful Street 
and running a distance of 747 
feet more or less along the 
Northern property line, thence 
running a distance of 1581 feet 
more or less along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance 
of 1420 feet more or less along 
the Southern property line and 
running a distance nf 1753 feet 
more or less along the Western 
property line. 

Parcel 3 to be R-M: Beginning 
at a point on the West side of 
Saint Avenue 210 feet more or 
less South of Beautiful Street 
and running in a Westerly direc- 
tion 633 feet more or less run- 
ning a distance of 630 feet more 
or less along the Western pro- 
perty line, running a distance of 
140 feet more or less along the 
Southern property line and run- 
ning a distance of 1028 feet more 
or less along the Eastern pro- 
perty line. (Seatack Area). 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

xn. Application of Chanti- 
cleer Corporation by L. L. 
Underwood, Jr., Attorney, for a 
change nf zoning from Resldraice 
Suburban District 3 (R-S 3) to 
Multiple Family District (R-IO 
aal a Use Permit to constrwA 



173 apartment units on certain 
property located on Reynard 
Drive beginning ^ a point 655 
feet more or less West of Frfr» 
mac Drive, running a distance 
of 374 feet more or less along 
the Eastern property line, run- 
ning a distance of 1287 feet more 
or less along the Northern pro> 
perty line, Southern property 
line of linkborB Park School 
and the Church of the Good 
Shepherd, running a distance 
of 580 feet more or less along 
the Western property line, 
running a distance of 1217 feet 
more or less along the Southerh 
property line. The Western 500 
feet more or less Is the section 
for the change of zoning and Use 
Permit for 118 of the apartment 
units. The balance of the pro- 
perty Is for a Use Permit only. 
(Linkhorn Park School Area). 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

XIII. AwUcatlon of Donnelly 
Advertising Corporation of Vir- 
ginia for a Use Permit to erect 
a 12-foot by 25-foot billboard 
on certain property located on 
the North side of Laskin Road 
beginning at a point 885 feet 
more or less West of First 
Colonial Road. (Hilltop Area). 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

XIV. implication of Harry D. 
Wheless by Henry. L. Lam, 
Attorney, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban Dis- 
trict 3 (R-S 3) to Limited Com- 
mercial District 3 (C-L 3) on 
certain property located on the 
South side of Princess Anne 
Road beginning at a point 400 
feet East of Cheyenne Road 
running a distance of 90 feet 
along the South side of Princess 
Anne Road and running a dis- 
tance of 120 feet along the 
Eastern property line, running 
a distance of 83.25 feet aloi« 
the Southern property line, and 
running a distance of 120 feet 
along theWestern property line. 
(Arrowhead Area). Kempsviile 
Borou^. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

BY: MARGARET M. HOOD, D.C. 

11-2-2T 

Virginia: 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 30th day 
of October, 1967. 
In Chancery No. 11285 

GWENLYN M. WOOD, Com- 
plainant V. 

PEMBROKE SQUARE ASSO- 
CIATES, et als. Defendants^ 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit Is to 
quiet title In portions of the 
hereinafter described realpro- 
. perty and tp.iuliudlcate.the fee. 
simple owner of said property, 
said property being described 
as fallows: 
All the unsold part of that 
certain piece or parcel of 
land, lying and being in the 
City of Virginia Beach (for- 
merly Princess Amie County), 
Virginia, and which said pro- 
perty is bounded on the South 
by the .Norfolk and Southern 
Railroad right of way; and on 
the West by the Kellam Road; 
and on the East by the western 
branch of the Lynnhaven 
River; and on the North by the 
land formerly belonging to J. 
C. Hudgins andC.C.Hudgins, 
and being all the unsold and 
unrecorded balance and re- 
mainder of the land conveyed 
to the said Sunny Brook, Inc, 
by the Suburban Holding Cor- 
poration by deed dated April 
17th, 1917 and said deed re- 
corded in Deed Book 100 at 
page 198 to which reference 
is hereby made for a more 
particular description. Said 
unsold part containing about 
393 acres, more or less. 
An affidavit having been made 
that the following defem^nts are 
non-residents of the Common- 
wealth of Virginia, and their 
last known post office addresses 
are as follows: EmllloOlivleri, 
138t05 Union Turnpike, Flush- 
ing 67, New York; Armon Ollv- 
ieri, 139-52 230th, Street, 
Laurelton, New York; Emllio 
Olivieri, Trustee for Robert 
Olivieri, 138-05 Union Turn- 
pike, Flushing 67, New York; 
and Max Berg, 3104 Brookldwn 
Terrace, Chevy Chase, Mary- 
land. 

It is ORDERED that the above- 
mentioned parties, their heirs, 
devisees or assigns, or such 
other persons who may have an 
interest in this matter, be re- 
quired to ai4>ear within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof and do wliat may be nec- 
essary to protect their respec- 
tive interests; and 

It is FURTHER ORDERED 
that a copy of this order be 
posted in front of the C«»rt 
House of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia and copies of this order 
shall be mailed to the «»- 
resident defemlants at the past 
office acklresses appearing in 
the affidavit 

It is FURTHER ORDERED 
that the above portion of this 
order be published (»ce a we^ 
for four (4) succ^sive weeks 
in the Virginia B^ch Sun, a 
newspaper published and having 
general circulation in 0» City 
of Virginia B»d>, Virginia. 



Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Garland M. Layton, 
R(*bins Corner, 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

and 
Allen J. Gordon, p.q. 
P. 0. Box 13226, 
Chesapeake, Virginia 23519 

11-2-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the'24th day 
of October, 1967. 

Jean Faye Crawford, Plain- 
tiff, against 

Steve Curtis Crawford, De- 
fendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Mepsa Et Thorotobe 
later merged into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grourols 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due diligence 
has been used by or In behalf of 
the complainant to And in which 
county or corporation the defen- 
dant resides, without effect, the 
last known post office address 
being Route 3 Box 3147, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. It is ordered 
that he do appear here, within 
10 (ten) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what maybe 
necessary to protect his interest 
In this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C, 

Mr. Thomas C. Broyles, Atty. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-2-4T 

Virginia: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on the 
24th day of October, 1967. 

In the matter of the estate of 
MICHAEL DANKO, deceased. 
SHOW CAUSE ORDER 

It appearing to the Court that 
a report of the accounts of J.E. 
Clarkson, Ancillary Administr- 
tor, c.t.a. of the Estate of 
Michael Danko, deceased, and 
of the debts and demands against 
his estate has been filed In the 
Clerk's Office of this Court, 
and six (6) months have clasped 
since the qualification, on 
motion of the said J. E . C larkson. 
Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a. 
of the estate of Michael Danko, 
deceased. It Is 

ORDERED that the creditor 
at, and -all others interested in, 
the Estate-, ot Michael Danko, 
deceased, do Show cause, if any 
tiiey can, on the 24th day of 
November, 1967, before this 
Court, in its Courtroom, against 
the payment and delivery of the 
Estate of Michael Danko, de- 
ceased, to Bank of America 
National Trust and Savings 
Association, Executor, without 
requiring refunding bonds. 

It is further ORDERED that 
this Show Cause Order be pub- 
lished once a week for four (4) 
successive weeks in the VIR- 
GINIA BEACH SUN, a newspaper 
having general circulation in the 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK. 
BY: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Wilcox, Savage, Lawrence, 
Dickson & Spindle 
400 Virginia National Bank 

Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

11-2-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 25th day 
of October, 1967. 

Mary Campbell, Plaintiff, 
against 
James C. Campbell, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said . plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of more than two 
years continuous separation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the Sts^e of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being c/o General 
Delivery, New York, New York. 
It is ordered that he do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Andrew S. Fine, Atty. 
Messrs. Fine, Fine, Lepm 
& Fine, Attys. 
720 Uw Building, 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

11-2-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINW. 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia B«ich, on the 24th (^y 
of Ocb*er, 1967. 

Herbert Lee GatUn, Plaintiff 
against 

Ettiel Simmons Gatlin,Dden- 
(bnt, 

ORDER OF PUBLICATICW 

The object of this suit is to 
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Thursday, November 9, 1967 



• LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES 

UUian Iris Bowles, Plaintiff 
tftinst 

Richard Franklin Bowles, De- 
fendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
TTie object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce from the bonds of 
matrimony from the said defen- 
dant, apon the grounds of deser- 
tion for more than the one (1) 
year statutory period, pursuant 
to Section 20-121.01 of the 1950 



nttrUBoau from the said dtf en- 
dant apon Uw groonds of dwer* 
tloo* 

And an affklavlt having lM«n 
made and filed ttiat due dillgMce 
has been used by or in bahslf 
<A tbe conqdataiant to ascertain 
In wlilch county or corporatlflb 
tbe dtfndant is, wlttwut effed, 
the last icnown post office ad^ 
dress bdng: 121 Happy Street* 
VirglnU Beach, Virginia. It is ^ 
ordered that she do appear here ' 
with ten (10) days after due 
pidl}llcati(m hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in tills suit. 
A copy —Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 

Messrs. Lam & Hud^os 
Princess Anne Station 
Virginia Beach, Virginia . 

11-2-4T 

Virginia: 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 1st day of 
November, 1967. 
In Chancery Docket No. UZM 

AUDREY E. PRINCE 
vs. 
JACK T. MUSTIN, et als 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
lite object of this suit Is 
to effect partition amongst the 
owners in one of the modes 
prescribed by law of the follow- 
ing described property: 
ALL THAT certain lot, piece 
or parcel of land, with the 
buildings and improvements, 
thereon, lying, situate and 
being in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, being known, 
numbered and designated as 
Lot 9 in Block 9 as shown on 
the put entitled "Subdivisicki 
of ARAGONA VILLAGE, SEC- 
TION 12," which plat is duly 
recorded in the Clerk's Office 
of the Circuit Court of fits 
City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia in Map Book 47 at page 
34. 

An affidavit having l)een made 
and filed Uiat Jack T. MustiB is 
not a resident of this State, Om ' 
last known post office being c/o 
Clare Mustin, 3519 John Street, 
Norfolk, Virginia. 

It is ORDERED that Jack T. 
Mustin do appear within ten (10) 
days after due publication of 
this Order and do what is neces- 
sary to protect his interests. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Bruce G. Murphy 
301 25th Street 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

— ■ - ■ - - 

Virginia: 

In the Circuit Court of tlie 
City of Virginia Beach on tte 
6th day of November, 1967. 

ASPHALT ROADS* MATER- 
IALS COMPANY, INC., Plain- 
tiff, vs. 

ELI M. WOLFSON 
625 Gramatan Avenue 
Mount Vernon, New York 
and 

PATRICIA H, WOLFSON 
625 Gramatan Avenue 
Mount Vernon, New York, 
Principal Defendants, 

RODGER D. GARRIETT 
5408 Susquahanna Drive 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
and 

MRS. RODGER D. GARRIETT 
5408 Susquahanna Drive 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
Co-Defendants 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this action is to 
attach the real estate of the 
defendants, Eli M. Wolfson and 
Patricia H. Wolfson, generally 
known as 5408 Susquahanns 
Drive, Lot 16, Block J, Sectkm 
3, Carolanne Farms, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and the rents 
therefrom, and to subject the 
same to the payment of the 
indebtedness of the defendaots 
to the plaintiff amounting to 
$1791.00 with interest trom 
June 1, 1966, until paid. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the principal 
defendants are not residents of 
the State of Virginia and that 
their last known post c^ce 
address is 625 Gramatan Aven- 
ue, Mount Vernon, New YoA, 
and it s^^pearing that service cm 
said principal defendants cannot 
be had in ttie State of Virginia, 
it is ORDERED that the said 
principal defendants, EU M« 
Wolfson and Patricia H. Wolf- 
son, do a^ear within ten daya 
after due publication of this 
order and do what is necessary 
to protect their interests, and 
it is 

ORDERED that this order be 
published once per week for 
four successive weeks In the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a aews- 
paper published in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy TKt: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: R.H. WEST, D.C. 
Caton t Wri^t, p.q. 
2S08 Pacific Avenue 
P.O. Box 234 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-MT 



And an affidavit having been 
Aiade and filed that the defendant 
Is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being Route #2, 
ftellevllle. West Virginia. It is 
ordered that he do ^pear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
pablication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
Interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attys. 
1396 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-9-4T 



* LEGAL NOTICES 

Mr. James R. McKenry, Atty. 
c/o Brydges, Broyles & Mc- 
Kenry, Attys. 
ISM Laskin Road, 
Vlrtinia Beach, Virginia 
11-2-4T 

SALE OF WATERFRONT PRO- 
PERTY NEAR WITCHDUCK- 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 
Pursuant to and by virtue of 
a decree of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, 

Code of Virginia, as amended. .71^^^*' '""^^'^ °" October 
And an affidavit havinebeen/l^. ^^^^' '" » ^taacery cause 

therein pendmg under the style 
of Gloria Barnes Savage v. 
Catherine Barnes Barr^, the 
undersigned Special Commis- 
sioner will offer for sale at 
public auction to the highest 
bidder at the front door of the 
Courthouse to the aforesaid 
Court, Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, at 
10:00 A.M. on Thursday, Dec- 
ember 7, 1967, the following 
described property: 
All that certain tract, piece 
or parcel of land, with the 
appurtenances thereunto per- 
taining situated in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, and 
more particularly described 
as follows: 

Being designated as "BAR- 
#NES 3.52 acres" and "BAR- 
NES .53 acres", as shown on 
a certain plat duly of record 
in the aforesaid Clerk's Office 
in M^ Book 24, at page 22, 
reference to which is hereby 
made. 

The sale shall be subject to 
the approval and confirmation 
by the Court. 

Terms of Sale: The success- 
ful bidder will be required to 
deposit 10% of his bid and 
settlement for the balance, in 
cash, «1thin 10 days after the 
confirmation of sale. 

Joseph J. Lawler, Special 
Commissioner 

CLERK'S CERTIFICATE 
I, John V. Fentress, Clerk of 
the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, do 
hereby certify that bond, with 
security approved by me as 
sufficient and in the penalty 
provided by said decree has 
been given by said Special Com- 
missioner. 

GIVEN under my hand this 20 

day of October, 1967. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

BY: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

10-26-4T 



* LEGAL NOTICES * 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 6th day 
of November, 1967. 

Elolse Andrews Manning, 
Plaintiff, against 
Martin M. Manning, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
ttie said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of two-year separ- 
ation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due diligence 
has been used by or in behalf of 
the plaintiff to find In which 
county or corporation the 
defendant resides, without ef- 
fect, the last known post office 
address being Bondale Apart- 
ments, Bondale Avenue, Nor- 
folk, Virginia. It is ordered 
that he do appear here within 
10 (ten) days after due publi- 
cation hereof, and do what may 
be n^'cessary to protect his 
Interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. Thomas C. Broyles, 
Atty. 

1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-9-4T 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Planning Commission 
will conduct a Public Hearing 
on Tuesday, November 21, 1967, 
at 2 P.M. in the Municipal 
Court, City Hall, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia on the following: 

L Master Plan Report #7, 
Community Facilities - Educa- 
tion. More information is avail- 
able in the Office of the Clerk 
of the Circuit Court, Office of 
the City Manager, Office of the 
City School Board, at the three 
City Libraries, all Public School 
Libraries, and the Office of the 
City Planning Commission. 

II. An Ordinance to require 
all persons, firms and corpora- 
tions to obtain a Use Permit to 
construct, reconstruct and 
operate a Gasoline Supply 
Station, Gasoline Service Sta- 
tion, Automobile Repair Garage, 
Marine Service Station and 
setting forth procedures to be 
followed in obtaining a Use 
Permit; and providing develop- 
mental standards for Gasoline 
Supply Station, Gasoline Service 
Station, Automobile Repair 
Garage, Marine Service Station; 
and providing penalties for the 
viol^ion thereof. More infor- 
mation Is available in the Office 
of the Clerk of the Circuit 
Court, Office of the City Mana- 
ger and the Office of the City 
Planning Commission. 

All interested persons are 
invited to attend. 
F. MASON GAMAGE 
Director of Planning 

11-9-2T 



C01illC»mEALTH of VIRGINU 
In file Clerk's <Mce id ttt 
Clrodt Court of the City U 
VlrglnU Beach, m the 6th ^ 
of November, iSC7, 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 30th day 

of October, 1967, 
Lacy E. Herald, Plaintiff, 

against 
Carta B. Herald, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
TTie object of this suit is for 

the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Mensa Et Thorotobe 

later merged into a divorce A 

Vinculo Matrimonii from the 

said defendant, upon the grounds 

of desertion, 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being, c/o Gen- 
eral Delivery, Douglasville, 
Georgia. It Is ordered that she 
do ifipeiT here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her inter- 
est in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN. D.C. 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 23rd day 
of October, 1967. 

Clifford E. Shelton, Jr., Plain- 
tiff, against 
Virginia M. Ferrer, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a mensa et thoro and/ 
or a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii and/or a decree of annul- 
ment from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion, 
fraud and deceit, no consuma- 
Uon of marriage between the 
parties. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
Is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being Sublc, 
Zambales, Philippine Islands. 
It Is ordered that she doan>ear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this suit. 
A copy--Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Messrs. Cromwell, Layton, 
Culver house & Whitehurst, 
Attys. 

P.O. Box 5211, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-26-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 17th day 
of October, 1967. 

Nancy S. Litwin, Plaintiff 
against 
John Peter Litwin, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain an 
annulment from the said defen- 
dant, upon the grounds of 
marriage prior to the expira- 
tion of waiting period. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being 83 Howell 
Street, Buffalo, New York. It is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be nec^sary topri^ecthis 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attys. 
1396 Lasicin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-26-4T 

COMMOWWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In tte Clerk's Office of the 
Clrcatt Court of the City of 
Vir^i^ Beach, on the 17Ui day 
of Odt*er, 1967. 



Barbara Ann Rogers, Plain- 
tiff, against 

Chester Elton Rogers, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of constructive 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being c/o General 
Delivery, Currituck, North 
Carolina. It is ordered that he 
do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be necess- 
ary to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. James R. McKenry, Atty. 
Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attys. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-26-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 20th day 
of October, 1967. 

Dorrls Ann Seagle, Plaintiff, 
against 
Bernard R. Seagle, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Mensa Et Thorotobe 
later merged into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being, P.O. Box 
3002, Arcade, Na^vtlle, Tenn- 
essee 37219. It is ordered that 
he do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his interest 
is this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Jrfm M. Cloud, Atty 
108 The Mall, 
Janaf Shopping Center, 
Norfolk, Virginia 23502 

10-26-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 11th day 
of October, 1967. 

Viola Merle Franklin Ward, 
Plaintiff, against 

Thomas James Ward, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF PL'BLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
decree of separate maintenance 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of wilful desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
Is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being 8455 Red 
Oak Drive, Minneapolis, Minne- 
sota. It is ordered tli^t he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Messrs. Cromwell, Layton, 
Culverhouse & Whitehurst, 
Attys. 

P. 0. Box 5211, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23455 
10-19-4T 

COM.MO>.'/EALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beic^i, on the 16th day 
of October, 1967. 

Raymond F. Dastous, Plain- 
tiff, again:3t 
Ann Marie Dastous, Defendmt 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit Is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grourris of two years sepa- 
ration. 

And an af Ifi/lt having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address beini; Swansea, 
Massachusetts, -61 Clancy 
Street. It is nrlered that she 
do vpear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication hpre- 
of, and do what may be neces- 
sary to protect her interest in 
this suit. 
A copy- -Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS; CLERK 
PHYLLISNEWMAN, D. C. 

Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attys. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-19-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 

Ctrailt Cwirt of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 17th day 

of Oct<*er, 1967. 
Donna ^Ith OUver, Plaintiff 

agalKt 
Be^on Jon Oliver, Defendaitt 



LEGAL NOTICES 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
decree of separate maintenance 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of treatment tanta- 
mount to desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defehdant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being Ishmal- 
Cash Dusting Service, Home- 
stead, Florida. It is ordered 
that he do appear here within 
10 (ten) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what maybe 
necessary to protect his interest 
in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. James R. McKenry, Atty. 
Messrs. Brydges, Broyles i 
McKenry, Attys. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-26-4T 

Virginia: 

In the Clerk's office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 12th day 
of October, 1967. 
In Chancery No. 11254 
peninsula masonry com- 
pany, inc., petitioner 

vs 
ELSWOOD R. WHITE, JR. ii 
ROSE P. WHITE 
White Marlin Mqtor Hotel 
Nags Head, North Carolina, 
Defendants 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of the above styled 
suit is to subject real estate 
situate in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, known as Lot 
Three (3), BAYLAKE BEACH, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, owned 
by Elswood R. White, Jr. and 
Rose P. White to the claim of 
Peninsula Masonry Company, 
Inc., for the balance due on an 
oral contract between the said 
Peninsula Masonry Company, 
Inc., and Elswood R. White, Jr. 
and Rose P. White, It appearing 
by Affidavit duly filed that 
Elswood R. White, Jr. and Rose 
_J^ White are not residents of 
Vn^ State of Virginia, their last 
known Post Office address being 
White Marlin Motor Hotel, Nags 
Head, North Carolina. It is, 
therefore, ORDERED that the 
said Elswood R. White, Jr. and 
ose P. White appear within 
en (10) days after due publlca- 
on of this Order and do what- 
ver they are advised is neces- 
sary to protect their Interest 
herein. It is further Ordered 
ithat this Order be published 
6nce a week forfour(4)sncces- 
slve weeks, in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper having 
general circulation in the City 
W Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
J6HN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Herbert S. Reid, Jr. 
Attorney for Petitioners 
1673 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-19-4T 

10 Special Nottoei 

REWEAVING 

For a reasonable price - those 
skirts, pants and uniforms can 
be ready for wear - anywhere! 
Call 428-1428. 

Materials from Hong Kong, Bri- 
tish Colony and India. Made to 
order suits — ladies & men. 
Italian silk, English worsted 
wool and tweed. Indian Raw 
silk. Beaded tops and bags. Call 
486-1071. 

For sale - first deed of trust on 
multi-family property. En- 
trance to toll road. Write Box 

f210. 

$50 scholarship for beauty 
course to those who qualify. 
Oceana, Janaf, and Indian River 
Beauty Academies. 428-3246, 
855-2061 or 420-1645. 

22 Motorcydet For Sale 

Honda - 150. In good condition. 
Reasonable offer. Call 340-3538 
after 6 P.M. 

is Auto RepairvParto 




1959(Biscayne Chevrolet. Avail- 
able for parts. All in good 
condition. Call 464-6334. 

30 Alliance Servket 

NOTICE! 
Contractors & Home Builders - 
Let us help you with that new 
home - addltionsi - or repairs. 
We can furnish materials from 
basement to attic and aid you 
In financing. 
Phone: i^ellam & Eaton, Inc. 
(1) 426-6221 
428-1688 
426-6937 

VACUUM CLEANERS- Hoover. 
Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient repairs. Pick up and 
deliv^y. Phone 428-4222. Fuel 
Feed am Building Supplies, Inc. 

31 BnUdtag—Rcpalrtav 

PAINTIM} wai^d. SnaU Jobs. 
inferior it ext^ior. OdI 4W-79II. 



36 Honic Maintenance 

Painting - interior and exterior. 
Also painting and patching of 
roofs. Work done reasonably. 
Bill Moody 545-0805. 

Virginia Beach chimneysweep^ 
ers and fire place repair. 
Dampers installed or fixed. 
Furnace cleaning. Call 428-7350 

40 Help Wanted-Female 

■■■ "■' "■ ■ ■ " ■ ■—■ I- 

Waitress - call or see in person 
for appointment. See manager. 
Good salary and year round 
work. Thunderblrd Bowling 
Lanes Snak Shop. 428-9803. 

Companion ta live with lady in 
her home. Drivers license de- 
sired. Write c/o Virginia Beach 
Sun, Box 149. 

41 Help Wanted— Male 

CARPENTERS 

FRAME MEN AND 

HELPERS 

Piece work or hourly. Good 
pay. Call 497-4804. 

EX-MILITARY MEN! 

Call 622-1307 

Openings available-local or 

relocate 

TIDEWATER EMPLOYMENT 

AGENCY 

147 Granby St. 

Uw Bldg. Suite 638 

WIVES and DEPENDENTS 
of NCO'S and PO'S 

Check with our office for per- 
sonal job openings. Call Mar- 
garet Kelly. 

NCO/PO 

AVAILABILTY, INC. 

"Complete Personnel Service" 

1600 East Uftle Creek Rd. 

Norfolk, Virginia 23518 

583-5984 

Come See For True 
42 Help Wanted-Mate or Female 

Choice idbs In Virginia Beach. 
See Maxine Merritt, Persomd 
Coosultants, Executive Build- 
ing, 2nd floor. Princess Anne 
Plaza. 340-2528. 



MANPOWER INC. 
URGENTLY NEEDS 
Stenographers 
We have immediate assign- 
ments, many adjacent to Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs when de- 
sired - work' on these ten^rary 
jobs when convenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and job 
assignment. 627-3661. 
Manpower, Inc. 
733 Boush Street 
Norfolk, Va. 

4SPMiUaa WaaJii Fe— h 

Baby sitting in my home. Prin- 
cess Anne Plaza. Call 340-5835. 

ExceUent care for small child- 
ren In nice clean home. Fenced 
yard. CaU 428-6792. 

Expert care for children in my 
home. Ages 3 to 5 years. Ex- 
perienced taby sitter and svto- 
sUhite teacher. Call 428-8856. 

Child care In my home. Ages 3 
through 5. Reasonable prices. 
Aragona village. 497-3000. 

Will ke^ children in my home. 
$12 weekly. 2 years and older. 
Aragona Area. Call 499-1355. 

Loving care for your child in 
my home. Pembroke ar». Call 
497-7504. 

Will care for child in Christian 
home for working mother. 
Pembroke area. Call 497-9152. 

FINANCIAL 

50 Business Opportoattlea 

I AM IN Search o^ t pSv"- 

tlcular type of person who Is 
Intecested in earning «* sub- 
stant&l extra Inccnne in tn- 
dependenfit cosmetic businesSt 
Full or part time. No previous 
sales experience necessary. 
Call 464-2330 for interview 



INSTRUaiONS 



HOUSE WANTED IN 

ARAGONA 
VILLAGE 

MOVING? 
We need bouses desper^ely! 
We are practically sold out of 
houses in Aragona Village L 
need many more to sell and 
rent. 

Please ^1 us to sell or rot 
your house. We have buyers 
anl tennai^ waiting. 



STOHL 



REALTY CORP. 

497-4851 

mo Virginia Brach Blvd. 

^ Arag<«a 



60 InatractioDal Courses 

GUITARS 
Headquarters for Gibson, Gret- 
sch and Fender guitars and 
ampliiiers. We teach you to 
pl^y. Class lessons on guitar 
Mr. Ted Grimes, teacher. Clas- 
ses start now. Call Rowe and 
Long Music Company. Princess 
Anne Plaza. 340-7631, 

Musical instruments. Organ, 
drums, piano, guitars, etc 
Temple of Music, Pembrdte 
Mall. CalU99-0551. 

MERCHANDISE 

M Articles For Sale 

CARPET FACTS 
First quality, regular $7.99 Du- 
^nt 501 carpet, $3.99 a square 
yard. $9.95 Kodel Polyesters 
for $5.99 a square yard. 28 
colors. Call Mr. Hutcheson 
at 622-9816. Dealer. 

One addressograph and one 
graphotype. Priced to sell. For 
information call 428-2401. 

93 Household Goods 



CARPETING 
Quietness andBeauty 3/4" 
Acrilan Plush $6.36-1/2" 
Acrilan Plush $5.99 -"501" 
Continuous Fliimant Nylon 
$3.99. Expertly installed by our 
mechanics with sponge rubber 
paddings, $2.00. Phone 499- 129 1 

ROOMS-BOARD 

100 RooBs For Rent 

Rooms - home atmosphere with 
privacy. Facing Ocean on bus 
line. $10 weekly. 425-9794 or 
428-7421. 

RENTAL REaTeSTATE 

no Apartmeats UnfmWicd 

1511 Pacific Avenue. 1st floor. 
$75 monthly -year round. Call 
428-2930. ^ 

111 ApartBcnts FaraialKd 

Austins Court Motel Apartmrats 
206-19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utuUties fUm- 
istfii. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furObhed rooms. Block 
from Bus Station. By week or 
month. 

I and 2 bedrooms, modern, with 
living room, kitchen and both. 
Weekly, morthly or yearly 
rates. In the heart of town. 
About 3 minutes walk to the 
beach. Also hotel rooms. Call 
428-6713. 

1 bedroom furnished apartment. 
Centrally located. Reasonable - 
year round. Water included. 
428-7827 or 428-4960. 

BLUE MARLIN LODGE 
2411 Pacific Avenue 
Bachelorsor couples. Com- 
pletely furnished In luxury de- 
cor. All uUlltles, fuU kitchen 
and dining area. Ready for liv- 
ing-just bring your suitcase. 
Come see for yourself. Call 
428-6114 or 428-5651. 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Whlte Sands 
Apts. Furnished, heated. $65 
and up. Atlantic at 6th Street. 
428-4703. 



Maury Rigonto 
Auftion Company 



UIA Furnished Houses and 
Apartments For Rent 

Short term or yearly. Furnish- 
ed-unfurnished. 1 to 5 bedroom 
cottages, ig?artments. Anchor 
Realty. 428-7421 anytime. 

UZA Cottages For Rent 

Furnished or Unfurnished 



CAVALIER. DRIVE-2 Modem 
furnished apartments, opposite 
hotel, near ocean, yearly; GA 
8-4205; MA 2-4575; MA 2-2130. 

115 Houses— FumMwd 

2 bedroom furnished house. 
Centrally located. Reasonable - 
year round. 428-7827 or 428- 
4960. 

3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths. Ocean 
side — North Virginia Beach. 
428-1760. 

Four rooms. Neatly furnished 
house, screened porch. London 
Bridge area. Call 340-8749. 

2 bedrooms, living room, dining 
room, kitchen^ bath. CentraUy 
located. Near beach. Call own- 
er 428-5016, 428-2143. 

USA Hooses-Unhiniiabed 

2 t>edrooms, stove, refrigerator 
and water furnished. $85 month- 
ly-year round. Call 428-3246 
or 855-2061. 

34th and Arctic Avenue - LARGE 
two-story ho use --four bed- 
rooms, living room, dining 
room, two jalousied porches, 
2 1/2 baths, hot water heat- 
garage and large yard. 
Kellam & Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. 
428-9161 

BAY COLONY DRIVE, 237- 
Modern 3-bedroom, 3-bath, un- 
furnished home with guest 
cottage. Near ocean. Yearly. 
GA 8-4205; MA 2-4575; MA2- 
2130. 

VIRGINIA BtACH-316 Cavalier 
Drive, 3 bedroom, 2-bath un- 
furnished home, next to Cava- 
Uer Hotel. 428-1330 or 428- 
'6833 Coc^r Realty. 

lit Bntaeas Places For Rod 

OFFICE SPACE 

Air Conditioned 
Amide Parking Space 

2407 PACIFIC AVENDE 

W. T. JARVIS, OWNER 
Phone 428-3293 

120 BaslMSs Property 

Restaurant for sale at Virginia 
Beach. Good year round bt^i- 
ness. Ideal for couple or part- 
nership. Call 425-9843. 

121 Houses For Sale 



LAKEVIEW PARK -3 bedrooms 
with den: large lot, detached 
garage, fruit trees. Can see 
anytime. 5008 Farrlngton Drive. 
Call 464-2278. 

128 Real EsUte Wanted 

We need listings! Sales and 
rentals. Virginia Beach Area. 
Call Maye Navarre, 428-7322 
or 428-2388. Oceana Realty. 



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COLUMN 




By Carolyn McAllen 



Think Big-Like 
His and Her Camels 

Have you started your Christmas shopping yet? 

You should have, or at least most of the local stores seem to 
tUBk so. Several toy lands were opea before the last Halloween 
mask was removed from the premises. 



One store in the nation has won a reputation for its "way out" 
Christmas catalogue and gift wrai^dngs. That, as allTexans and 
many others know, is Neiman-Uarcus, whose main store is in 
Dallas but who recently (^^led a Christmas store in New York. 



Among the "different" items in this year's catalogue are a 
matched pair of "his and her" camels-for Inspecting oil wells 
na^? For thf istkiue bugs, the store offers antique English 
Jockey scales. hAtrioa t^ tb«n, -«*«■• would yon puHhem2 



The store also has a street-lragthcocktaildress fashioned of 
Brazilian ^iguar— a la cave woman, that Is. 



For the gourmet, the store has a duck press from France 
(under $200) or perhaps a mortar and pestle for preparing your 
own spices. Do-lt-yourself fans may purchase an antique milk 
pail. (Hurry, tte store wUy has three.) 



Is your husband a sports fan who doesn't like to get up from 
the tv during a sports event? ^-H has an 18 ounce size beer 
mug. I 



For the man or woman who has everything, there is a dia- 
mond and emerald encrusted handle for an umbrella or walking 
stick. (It's under $2,000.) 



If you really want to splurge, you can buy a diamond and agate 
trimmed candy dish or ci^ette case for less than $13,000. 
(That is not a typogr^ihicatoistake.) 



How riwut a grapefruit tree—Teus grown, that is? 



There's even an Inflatable, life-size figure of a man to sit 
alongside the solo woman driver at night to discourage attack- 
ers. 

Another handy item Is a fingertip ring— gold and jeweled— 
to camouflage a broken i.all. Now If they would Just come up 
with something for dish pan bands. 

For tennis lovers you canpurchasesa sequlnned tennis swea- 
ter—for ni^it games no dwibt. TTiere's a pslr of satin pants to 
match. 

Then for the girl who has everything there is a 24 karat gold 
spuTwlg. we won't even mention price, but about three years' 
salary would cover it. 



TTie Uddles aren't forgotten, either. For Instance, there's 
a sleq>log bag for toddlers wltt matching pajamas. Or you 
ml^t buy Junior a strong box with a buUt-ln alarm to warn 
him when Daddy Is "borrowing." 

A really thoughtful gift for any young tv viewer is a pewter 
tankard with a glass bottom so the children can have unlnt«^r- 
iqAed watchlngwblle drinking tttelr milk. 

SomethiM we havM't seen b^re In men's fashions Is the 
dinner shlrt-woro outside tbe pants without a Jacket. It's pleated 
like a regular formal sUrt. 

For ttie extra lazy (or extra M) hubby, pu can Iwy a 26-lnch 
long shoe horn for siwelng without ben(ttng. 

There's a portable driidc mixer, (^jenMl by two flash U^t 
batterlM. Th«D to sdMr qj, g^ an eqiresao ctrffee maker. It 
looks sort of Uke a still with six splgote. 

If you still haven't decided on a preswt, try a gift certifi- 
cate to the N-M sp* for a week-for losing of gaining weight 
and general beaiAI^rtng. (Remember Lucy?) 



BarbaraByrd, Jim Ewing, Charlene Norman and Needham Cheely 
were among Virginia Beach teenagers enjoying soft drinks at a 
Virginia Beach Cotillion Ball last Saturday at the 'Cavalier Beach 
& Cabana Club. .,., 




Proud of a display of artificial flowers at the Thoroughgood Gar- 
den Club's bazaar last Saturday were Mrs. A. H. Culpepper, bazaar 
chairman; Mrs. Taylor Gray, club president; Mrs. M,F. McAfee, 
Mrs. F.A. Manning, Mrs. H.M.Jordan and Mrs. C.L.Owens. (Photo 
by C*. Phelps) > 




Manning the soup pot at World Community Day was Mrs. Worth 
Calfee. 

Symbolic Meal Opens Service 
For World Community Day 



BAYSIDK BORsTrn- A sim- 
ple lunch oi soi , 1 ' ibroken 
teead opened i' . ..iJ Com- 
munity Day progi.*; ; sponsored 
by the Virginia Beach Council 
of Church Women United last 
Friday at Old Donation Fpisco- 
pal Church. 

The meal was eaten as a 
symbol of the starvation and 
suffering in two thirds of the 
world today. 



More than luO women repre- 
senting 34 churches in.Virglnia 
Beach attended ttie anmttl 
service of prayer. Baby lay ^« 
were broi«bt for overseas relief 



and blankets for Seatack Com- 
munity Center. 

Mrs. Jesse Jones, a teacher 
at Kellam High School, lead the 
worship service on "Who Shall 
Separate Us?", the theme ised 
throughout the world for World 
Community Day. Mrs. L.W. 
Chase was overall chairman. 

Churches represented at the 
service, which is held in a 
different church each yen, were 
First Ba|<lst,Plney Grove Bap- 
tist, Mt. Olive Baptist, Reh(*^ 
Baptist, Bayside Congregatloial 
Christian, Lynnhaven Colony 
United Church of Christ, Salem 
Methodist, Beach Grove M^ho- 



dist, Lekies Methodist, Friends 
Meeting House, Good Shepherd 
Lutheran and Our Savior Luth- 
eran. 

Also First Presbyterian, 
Bayside Presbyterian, Christ 
Presbyterian, Pembroke Manor 
United Church of Christ, Star of 
the Sea Catholic, United Church 
of Christ, Diamond Springs 
Christian Disciples, Eastern 
Shore Episcopal, Galilee Epis- 
copal, Old Donation Episcopal, 
Foundry M^lkxllst, Community 
Mettodlst, Baylake Methodist, 
Francis Asbury Methodist, 
Thalia Mettodist, First Baj^ist 
of Lynnhaven, Charity M^lwdl^ 
and St NlclMlas Catholic. 




Enjoying refresh- 
mentsareRoger Tho- 
mas and Putt Goode. 
(Photo by C. Phelps) 




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Seventh Annual 



Follies to Benefit Many 



The arrival of their director 
and the yearly Cast Party got 
preparations for the seventh 
annual Cabaret Follies present- 
ed by the Virginia Beach-Prin- 
cess Anne Junior Woman's Club 
well under way last weekend. 

The follies, scheduled this 
year for Nov. 17 & 18 at the 
Virginia fieach Civic Center 
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.,,are the 
club's money-raising 'project 
for the benefit of Camp Civltan 
and the open heart surgery 
laboratory at Kings Daughters 
Childrens Hospital in Norfolk. 

' Director for this year's 
follies is Dave Wagamen of the 
Jerome H. Cargill agency in 
New York which again is pro- 
ducing the show. Music will be 
by Al Runaldue. For the uninfor- 
med, the cabaret follies is a 
nightclub-type presentation with 
woman's clubbers as waitress- 
es, floor show, etc., after a 
brief, but intensive, training 
program from a professional 
agency. 

.Mrs. George L. Dekker is 
general chairman with Mrs. V. 
K. Almond and Mrs. M.A. 
Nlegf^ as co-chairmen. Other 
chairmen include Mrs. James 
C. Mounie, tickets; Mrs. R.K. 
Michelson, reservations; Mrs. 
Daniel DeHart, decorations; 
Mrs. E.S. Wheeler 11, talent; 
Mrs. Andre Evans, cast party; 
Mrs. William K. Jenking, cos- 
tumes; Mrs. W.H. Lyons Jr., 
acknowledgements; Mrs. A.L. 
GrimesJr., publicity; Mrs. John 
I. Bowrtian, patrons; Mre. Ro- 
bert Christian, program, and 
Mrs. A.S. Gallup, raffle. 

Tickets may bepurctasal 
from Mrs. Mounie (340-4064) 
or at the Alexaaler-Beegle 
store on Laskln Road. 




Mayor Frank Dusch presents M rs. Bowman 
with the first patron's check for the 1967 
cabaret follies. 



Poge 2B 



Virginia Be-jch Sun 



Thursday, November 9, 1967 



K AT Alumnae 
Meet Tonight 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH-Tlde- 
water alumnae of Kappa Alpha 
Tt^ta, national women's social 
fraternity, were to bold their 
Ml me^ng at the home of Mrs. 
Rot>ert Tarbutton on ParrisH 
Road, opposite the Adam Tbor- 
oi;^bgood House, at 8 p.m. 
Thursday, Nov, 9. 



Officers of the new group 
are Mrs. Page Preston, pres- 
^lieot; Mrs. George Mclntyre, 
vice president; Mrs. Robert 
Sundt, secretary, and Miss Mil- 
dred Page, treasurer. All Theta 
alumnae are invited to attend. 




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Miss Pamela Sue Horton, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David 
P. Horton of Honey Grove Road, 
recently was awarded Stew- 
ardess Wings by Piedmont Air- 
lines, headquartered in Win- 
ston-Salen, N.C. She received 
flight training on Piedmont 
Pacemakers. 



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dling reservations tor a meet- 
ing of the Tidewater Area Ran- 
dolph-Macon Alumni Chapter, 
which plans to have athletic dir- 
ector Hugh Stephens speak at 
a chapter meeting Nov. 13. 



Shelton Park Elementary 
School will have a student book 
fair from Thursday, Nov. 16, to 
Wednesday, Nov. 22, at the 
school. The fair will be open 
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., with 
books from various publishers 
on display in the school library. 



The school PTA is sponsoring 
the event, with Mrs. G. C. 
Delaney as chairman and Mrs. 
M.D. Kervin and Mrs. S.R. Lyon 
also on the committee, which 
is working with Educational 
Reading Service, a professional 
book fair company. The school 
gets 20 per cent of sales income, 
to be used to purchase audio 
visual equipment for school use. 




Mrs.A.Faltoni, Mrs. C.L, Peterson, wife of Capt Peterson; 
W.N.Homer,wife of Capt,Homer, and Mrs. W,K. Braun, president 
of the Dam Neck Officers' Wives Club, at a Welcome Aboard coffee 
at the Dam Neck Officers Club. 



Christine Reynolds Weds 



The Bay side Elementary 
School PTA held its annual 
carnival last Saturday on the 
school grounds. Chicken and 
ham (dinners were served, and 
proceeds will benefit the school. 



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Layered for Lightness 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH — 
Capt. and Mrs, George Robert 
Reynolds of Princess Anne Hills 
have announced the marriage of 
their daughter, Christine 
Schall, to Robert Lee Brad- 
shaw Jr. 

Mr. Bradshaw is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Brad- 
shaw of Crewe, Va. 

The ceremony was performed 
in August in Richmond with 
Monsignor Francis Joseph 
Byrne of St. Brigetts Catholic 



Church officiating. 

Mrs. Bradshaw is a June 
graduate of Radford College 
where she was a member of 
Tri Sigma sorority. 

Mr. Bradshaw, a member of 
Sigma Phi fraternity, is a re- 
cent graduate of the University 
of Virginia School of Comm- 
erce. 

The couple »1U live in Rich- 
mond. 



One of our many 
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Narcotics Agent 
To Be Speaker 



A. J. Henneghan, narcotics 
agent in charge of Fredricks- 
iMirg to Cape Hatteras East and 
West to Lynchburc, will »»e tht 
speaker on Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 
the meeting of the Princess 
Anne Woman's Club of Virginia 
Beach at 11 a.m. at the Pine 
Tree Inn. 



Henneghan, who has been with 
the Federal Government for 18 
years has specialized in narco- 
tics for a p p r o X i m a t e 1 y nine 
years. He is a native nf Phila- 
delphia was in Norfolk for five 
years and is now a resident of 
Virginia Beach. Mrs. Pat Kelly 
is program chairman for the 
November meeting. 



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Recognition pins for a com- 
bined total of 7,700 Navy Relief 
, work hours have been awarded 
to 10 members of the Officers' 
Wives' Club at the Naval Amphi- 
bious Base, Little Creek. 

Following a luncheon at the 
base Officers' Club, Rear Ad- 
miral David F. Welch made the 
presehtations to: 

Mrs. E.H. Mackel, Mrs. N.C. 
Sandifer, Mrs. R. A. Hopper, 
Mrs. R.M, Rhodes, and Mrs.K. 
C. Kingsbury, all for 100 hours' 
work; Mrs. C.K. Duncan (wife* 
of Admiral Duncan, former 
Commander Amphibious Force, 
Atlantic Fleet) and Mrs. D. R. 
Barber, both for 600 hours' 
work; Mrs. S.J. Cooper, 1,000 
hours' work; Mrs. J.H. Landers 
and Mrs. H.M. Litchfield, both 
for 2,500 hours' work. 

The 2,500 -hours awards are 
among the first to be presented 
in Tidewater. 

The luncheon also served as 
the collection point for clothing 
and donations that will be sent 
to the Riddick-Weaver Center 
for low-income children in 
Portsmouth. The Center pro- 
vides help for several hundred 
pre-school and elementary 
schvMil cliildren. 

Hostesses for the luncheon 
Wire Mrs. C.E. Bell and the 
wives of Amphibious Group 4 
officers. Mrs. Bell is the wife 
of Rear Admiral Bell, comman- 
der of Amphibious Group 4. 

Wine-tasting was the theme of 
thf luncheon. F.G. Gamke, a 
r» presentative of Great Western 
Wine Company, was guest spea- 
ker. 

(XF.ANA NAS 

A Max Factor representative 
using a live model from the 
audience for a cosmetic demo- 
stration will be a special feature 
at the Oceana Wives' Club 
luncheon, Nov. 15, at the Naval 
Air Station Officers' Cli*). 

Hostesses for the luncheon 
will be Mrs. Anne Morgan, Mrs. 
Dawn Felthousen and Mrs. Pat 
Nystedt. 

As a service project during 
the holiday season, Oceana 
wives will gift-wrap purchases 
from the base exchange free of 
charge for enlisted men, accor- 
dlnE to Mrs. Vicki Corbitt, 



Wives' Club president and the 
wife of Lt. Cmdr. James R. 
Corbitt. 

The 19th Hole, NAS Oceana's 
golf shack, wns the scene for a 
Halloween-costume party, Oct. 
27. The wives not only provided 
themselves and their husbands 
with costumes, but also pro- 
duced a "home-made" band of . 
egg-beateps, spoons, combs, 
penny whistles, pot lids and one 
pilar. 

Lt. Cmdr. James R. Corbitt, 
who came as a flower child, 
and Lt. (J.G.) Paul Reynolds, 
who appeared as Dirty Pierre 
of the North Woods, tied for the 
best-costume award. The party 
included square-dancing, ^ple- 
bobblng and other appropriately 
spooky games. 

AT DAM NECK 

A coffee at the home of Mrs. 
Joan Slpes, Alanton Drive, was 
held for the Dam Neck Officers' 
Wives' Club, Nov. 2 

Mrs. Slpes, wife of Cmdr. 
Lester Sipt*, was assisted by 
wives from three departments 
of the Fleet Computer Program- 
ing Center, including Mrs. S. 
Chambers and Mrs. Robert 
Van Kirk. 

Christmas festivities for the 
wives and their husbands will be 
initiated Dec. 1 with a semi- 
formal party in the Sea Room at 
the Dam Neck officers' Club, 
The evening will l)egin at 8 
p.m. with champagne and a 
buffet dinner, followed by dan- 
cing and the exchange of gifts. 

Hostesses for the dinner- 
dance will be Mrs. M. While, 
the chaplain's wife; Mrs. H. 
Boyles; Mrs. R.D. Hodpers; 
Mrs. C. Multer; Mrs. T. Santuae 
and Mrs. C. McDowell. 

Officers' Wives at thcduidtKl 
Missile School, Dam Nerk, will 
hold their monthly social meet- 
ing Nov. 15. 

Mrs. Georgle Bunte, Mrs. 
Debbie Nahra, Mrs. Selma 
Daigne»ilt and Mrs. Frank ie 
Harney will hi-stess the lun- 
cheon, bepiiming at 1:30 at the 
Ocean Hearth Hestaurant. 

Oa Nov. 21, a one-day blooi- 
mobile will be In operation at 
the base for donations to the 
Red Cross. Volunteer help— 
fJ-om general office work to the 
more technical chores—will be 
supplied by Uie wives. 



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Vjm'k so I Jiilit win It I'm slinking in my sinuous shilts. 
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Virginia Beach Sun 



Page '3 



Vivacious Evangelist Visits 
VirginiaWesleyan Campus 



BAYSIDE BOROUGH""Whose 
Fool Are You?" challenged 
Mrs. Eleanor Seale Whitney at 
the beginning of her talk to 
Virginia Wesleyan students last 
Friday during an assembly pro- 
gram. 

"Many fools say God is 
dead," said the attractive and 
vivacious Mrs. Whitney. "My 
God is living. 1 spoke to Him 
ttiis morning." 

Mrs. Whitney was in the Tide- 
water area for several days, 
beginning with a "Leadership 
Prayer Luncheon" on Nov. 1 at 
the Golden Triangle. Guests 
included about 100 women from 
Virginia Beach. Mrs. John 
Birsch of Cedar Lane was 
chairman of the luncheon. 

Mrs. Whitney, former wife of 
Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney, 
is now an evangelist. She spoke 
it Wesleyan in her capacity as 
an associate adviser to the 
Campus Crusade for Christ. 

"A fool has no joy in living," 
she said. "A fool lives in dark- 
ness. There are two kinds of 
people in the world- -those who 
ignore Christ and those who 
devote their lives to Christ and 
are called fools by others." 



Mrs. Whitney said that until 
10 years ago (she was converted 
by Billy Graham then) she 
looked like a Christian and went 
through the motions but never 
surrendered herself to God. 
"I used God, but He was never 
able to use me, 

"So many college kids aim at 
nothing in their lives — and 
succeed. So many are typified 
by their cocksure uncertainty. 
They're as phony as a $3 bill. 

"Whatever you decide to do 
with your lives, be a man or 
woman God can use," she ad- 





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Mrs. Whitney greets students at Wesleyan 
as President Lambuth M. Clarke looks on. 

vised as she left to catch a plane 

for New York where she is 
facing surgery for the third 
time this year. 



Little by little we are begin- 
ning to see more women take on 
the new look. This is as it 
should be. 

Legs make a definite state- 
ment, and cannot be missed - 
particularly if they are well 
shaped. 

The knee sock is definitely 
going to be seen worn with 
street clothes. Of course this, 
will not go over too well with 
everyone. The progressively 
dressed young ladies certainly 
will be seen wearing them. 

Fishnet hose are the smart, 
new "IN" thing. The small 
design is very attractive, 
especially in colors such as 
black, dark brown and navy. The 
lighter colors, I feel, are very 
nice for the young people. This 
type of hosiery is only for mini 
skirts or a fashionable length 
skirt. Never wear them unless 
your skirt length is mid-knee 
or shorter. You can buy these 
hose in the panty type, which 
you will find very comfortable 
and especially good for the 
short mini-skirts. 

Knitted fabrics will gain even 
greater momentum in sports- 
wear with significance pliiced 
on colors. This material is 
always smart looking and can be 
both dressy or informal. They 
also are ideal for traveling. 

In evening wear you will be 
seeing a lot of cocktail satins, 
glitter, velvet and crochets. 
Satins are going to be quite 
popular in bright shades: hot 
pinks and flame orange. They 
will be shirt style with cuff 
links aiKl huge pockets often 



seen with wide or chain belts. 
The cuff links, of course, are 
jeweled and large. Other satins 
will be sleeveless or have 
trumpet sleeves. Lengths in 
evening wear will be both long 
and short. I feel that this year 
is going to be outstanding for 
evening wear--sequins, wool 
crepes, satins and beaded 
gowns. Evening coats will be 
brocades and wool material. 

The Naivette Shop has some of 
the prettiest evening bags I have 
seen. The shapes are very new, 
no longer the pouch type that 
we have been using for so long. 
Lunch box with little handles in 
silver and gold, octagon shape 
with gold or silver chain to 
hold them with. These are cov- 
ered with rhinestones. Every- 
thing will sparkle and glitter not 
only for evening but everyday 
wear. (Earrings, large finger 
rings and beautiful cuff links.) 



Monogramming has become a 
complete must in everyone's 
wardrobe either on a sweater, 
dress, blouse or lingerie. Rose 
Hall has some of the prettiest 
monogrammed lingerie. The 
material is of satin and taffeta 
and comes in assorted colors. 
To me personalized lingerie 
would be an ideal gift for any 
woman whether it be wife, 
daughter or mother. 

The latest in hair styles is 
short with curls on top of the 
head. This will be a style easily 
kept neat and especially with a 
good permanent for body. 



Miss Crutchfield to Wed 




Miss Crutchfield 

Capt, and Mrs. Robert Ren- 
nolds Crutchfield of Annandale, 
Va., formerly of Virginia 
Beach, announce the engage- 
ment of their daughter, Pamela 
Ann, to Lt. Edward Aberle 
Ruckner, Jr., USN, 

Lt. Ruckner is the son (A 
Rear Adm. and Mrs. Edward 
Aberle Ruckner of Washingtcffi, 
D.C. 



Miss Crutchfield, a graduate 
of Virginia Beach High School 
and Marjorie Webster Junior 
College, is social director at 
Marjorie Webster. 

Lt. Ruckner, a graduate of 
Kent School and the U.S Na- 
val Academy, is attached to 
the USS Putnam in Norfolk. 



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He draws a background ;n the 
interior with crayon. In the 
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Is he studying jungle life? He 
draws thick foliage in the bo.t. 
In the foreground go small 
jungle animals, and perhaps a 
watering hole made with pocket 
mirror and green clay. Is his 
subject the Stone Age'? He colors 
the inside of the box like a cave.. 
A central fire on the floor caii 
be made with small twigs and 
red and gold tissue paper. Paper 
figures can be taped around the 
fire, busy making spears or 
pounding skins. The Lewis and 
Clark expedition calls for a 
mountain -and -forest back- 
ground toy canoes and oiher 
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Thursday, November .9, 1967 



Knight-Patriot Clash Is 
Eastern District Key 



PR.AKNEB')Rt.rG!!--Avic 
tory by the Kelbm Ili^h Knights 
over the First Ci-lnial Patriots 
in high school fout'Dill Friday 
night oould tighten tli' fi^ht for 
No. 2 position in the :;■ u Fast- 
ern District. 



But a win by tl\e Maury High 
Commodores over the Norview 
Pilots the same night would be 
ni»eded to boost Kellam's foot- 
ball furtunes. The Kellam-First 
Colonial game is at Kellam's 
stadium, and the Maury-Nor- 



Smiling Connie Jones wore jewels anc 
mums after being picked as homecoming 
queen at First Colonial High l^st Friday. 



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1^ District play thus far, 
tMrJie Caldwell's Knights have 
"•''i^record (same as the sea- 
•'Sdrtr-fecord) after a 26 to 13 
'" «^i («ver Great Bridgt last 
, J^iishy. Frank Webster's Pa- 
trfots have a 4-2 record in the 
District (Norfolk and Virginia 
fifeftcl^X because last P^riday's 
.' 31 W 6 win over Southampton 
didii't count in District compe- 
■ tttion. Neither did a sixth Pa- 
triot win this y^^ar, over Den- 

NorView's Pilots, beaten by 
' Brfccess Anne's Cavaliers vNu. 

■' 1 Ifl' the District and going for 

' re|ional and state honors), have 
■a .7-1 District record. The 
Pilots are favored over the 
Mfuiry Commodores (5-2 in the 
piEtrlCt) in Friday night's game, 
and M«kury Coach Jerry Sazin's 
boys don't like it. 

A combination of a Kellam 
High and a Maury High win 
, woiria put the Knights and the 
Pilots in a 7-2 tie for numbt r 
two spot in the District. The 
tiine for tioth games in 8 p.m. 

Mike Futrell, Bob Carson, 
Dooley Bizzell, David Pact-, 
Aten Clements and Mike Brown 
figured heavily in last Friday's 
win for the Knights. 

Here is the rest of the Knight 
poster: BiH Campbell, Sonny 
Strange, David Trax, Bill Dail- 
ey, Linwood Jethm, Tom Jones, 
Gary Reynolds, Ron Thompson, 
iJeff Lundy, Dennis Macula, 
Jetry Earls, Roy Binisong, 
Scott Hallead, John Mines, Er- 
nie Brown, David Land, Ed God- 
win, John Sachon, Jim Bias, 
Roger Roberts, Tony Davis, 
Barry Bland, Rocky Freeman, 
Qbuch Connelly, Bobby Hitch- 
<SlCk, Robin Hogue, Steve Hines, 
Dferrick White, Mitch Ham- 
taonds, Mike Tucker, Fit'ld 
Selby, Bub Shealy, SUw- 
Thompson, Jack Andrews, Doug 
Davis, Joe Selby, John Grady 

^ and Bill Henley. 

Frank Webster's Patriots, 

■ sparked in last Friday's win by 

; three-touchdown Dtjn Bradley, 
akD bad Les W hitehorn and Bob 
Wareing scoring TD's. While 
t^jse three and Ray Bishop, 
Clinton Graves and Carlton 
Jfader are among offensive It-a- 
4ers for the Patriots, JumU) 
.<itchin and Winslow Stillmun 

. "lave been leading the defense. 

-J While this Friday's game at 
.Kenara High is the last fur the 

..^nights, the Patriots haven gi; 

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would-be Southampton tackier to romp 67 y a r d s for a touchdown 
last Friday. 




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The Norcom team outwejighed and outplayed the Union Kempsville 
Tigers last Friday, but this photograph was taken as the Tigers' 
Jesse Davis scored the first of two UK touchdowns, boosting the 
teams morale despite a 43 to 13 loss. 

UK Tries for No. 5 



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"\\t: I'liKtn KempsvlUt Ttgers, 
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apaiast a pfjwerful Norcom Hi0» 
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vith Cri'btwnod High of Chesa- 
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Joshua Darden's Tigers, wt»o 
had dependable quarterback 
Houston Bailey and halfback 
Jesse Davis doing the scoring 
last week, travel to Crestwood 
for the last game of ihestason. 

With a 4-5 record after the 
43 to 13 loss to Norcom's big 
team last week, the Tiger squad 



will be out to try and even it at 
5-5. Charles Harvin, Clyde 
Siler and Robert Setzer have 
been assisting Darden in coach- 
ing this year. 

Davis' tcNichdownlast Friday, 
followed by an extra-point run, 
shook Norcom ]ust before the 
first half ended. 



Seahawks Win; Knight Jayvees Tops 



:^KUH BOHOUGH-Tht 
Virginia Beach Jr. High foot- 
ball team coacht.-d by Willie L. 
Hr- ' ha.s fini.shed with a win- 
nii'.. '■.•■■dhnn--fniir wins, one 
loss 'nri one 11*-. 

Thp sv ;;hawks, in junior var- 
,:■ play, M. nil their fourth game 
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" His Jle High, the other 



local school playing only jay- 
vee ball, has two more games 
to go after winning four, losing 
three and tieing one thus far. 
The Braves, coached by Tracy 
L. Moon, beat the First Colon- 
ial jayvees 13 to 6 last week. 

Donald Van Benschoten's jun- 
ior varsity club at Princess 
Anne finished its season last 
week with a 34 to win over 
Bayside's junior varsity, giv- 
ing the Cavalier juniors a 5-1-1 



record. 

!.' The Kellam High junior var- 
sity has the best record in the 
city, 6-1-1. Roy Ammons jay- 
vees battled to a 0-0 tie with 
Norview last week. 

Jerry Loar's First Colonial 
juniors flnished the season with 
a 1-7 record, and Joe Lee Cox's 
jayvees at Bayslde finished 
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Thursday, November 9, 1967 




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The Cavaliers' Mickey Byrd (60) came up with the football in this 
scrambleafter a blocked Bayside punt in the end zone, scoring the 
last of three touchdowns in Princess Anne's 19 to win over the 
Marlins last Friday. Wayne Caudill (92) was in on the play and 
Paul Ziegler (86) signaled the TD the same time as the referee. 




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BRUNSWICK PLAZA BOWL 

Plaza Church League was led 
by Kay Martin's 167-439; Joe 
Willoughby, 208; Bob Spencer, 
521. 

Moonshiner's League's Jane 
Ballard rolled 200, Marie Kotch 
topped the series with 504; the 
Plaza Belles' Kay Leone led 
with 194-527; the Gold Stars 
starred with 1,873 and Fuller 
Brush Co. swept the hlghgariie, 
673. 

Jacks and Jills had Bernit^ 
Born leading the Jills with 171- 
446; Bart Yoder, 232; Len Hoeft, 
538. 

Tuesday Morning Strikers 
were topped by Helen Smith's 
186-477, Plaza Roller Rink led 
the teams, 580-1,722. In the 
Friday Night Mixed bowlers, 
Betty Hall led the gals 221- 
516; Bdb Dutcher led the men 
with 235, Frank Statt had the 
series with 559, and Bay Jewe- 
lers sw^ all four points. 

Thursday t ite Mixed League, 
Jack Campbell rolled 180-191- 
249-620, followed clcKely by 
George Langford's 227-618 set; 
[)ot Short rolled 203 for the high 
game, and Sharon JohnsoD's 
517 took the seti 



Plaza Belles, October 26, led 
by Joan Niles, 189; Judie Scan- 
Ion, 527; the Desperado's 662 
was high game, William's Hard- 
ware had 1,870 for the series. 
The Lucky Strikers were led all 
the way by Ron Gillette, 188- 
508 and Peggy Wommack, 151- 
399. 

The Nightowls Mixed League 
was topped by George Hend- 
ricks, 215-556; June Powis, 
215-501; the Jets zoomed in the 
high series, 1,891, the Nt^it 
Hawks, 721. 

Sunday Night Mixed bowling 
men were led by Calvin Woods, 
233; Joe Swafford, 562; Peggy 
Mayo led the gals with 220, 
Shirley Woods, 518, topped the 
sets. Senter's TV led the team 
bowling with 733-2,055. 

Wednesday Morning House- 
wives' honors went to Evelyn 
Thomas,' 148-347; the Bowling 
Bells took the game and set with 
434-1,240. Friday Nite Mixed 
Foursome "Duckplns" were led 
by Jimmle Tyler, 149-392; 
Mildred Watklns, 122, and 
Kmma Lou Winfleld. 324. 
BAYSIDE BOWL 

Wednesday Night Mixed had 
Pete Turner and Geraldlne 



Beach Surf 
Fishermen 
Win in NX. 



NAGS HEAD, N.C.-The surf 
fishing team of the Virginia 
Beach Anglers Club returned 
the Cape Hatteras Surf Fishing 
Tournament ropHy to Dixieland 
last week, for the first southern 
win in five years. 

The team, composed of Ellis 
Mills, Tracey Anderson, J.C. 
Myers, Ronald Dixon, Jay Smith 
and Chuck Kadas, totaled 181 
points with 35 fish. The Nags 
Head Surf Fishing Club finished 
second, and the Tidewater club 
of Norfolk finished third. 

Merrltt In the spotlight. He 
turned in 211-581, and she 
sizzled with 240-534. Friday 
Night Mixed gals top serl^ 
turned In by Geraldlne Merrltt, 
496. Mary Price had the hl0i 
game, 176; Bill Wasarhaley 
topped the men with 203-563. 
Bayside Business Men's League 
was led by Robert Davis, 223; 
Jim Morgan, 585. 

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Town and Country Ladles- 
Mary Napier high game of 189; 
Frances Hill high set of 496; 
Light House had high team 
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Falcons Face Cavalier Test 



BAYSEDE BOROUGH-The 
Princess Anne Cavaliers, riding 
high in state high school foot- 
ball rankings (No. I), play host 
to the hapless Falcons of Cox 
High at Princess Anne's sta- 
dium here Friday night. 

Unbeaten in ning games this 
season and 14 games In two 
years, the Cavaliers have 
cinched a berth in the regional 
championship, scheduled for 
Dec. 1, with the Hampton High 
Crabbers as the probable oppo- 
nent. 



Bob German quarterbacked 
John Grady's Cavaliers to a 
19-0 win over the Versprille- 



coached Bayside Marlins last 
week, although fog wet the 
football and the grass, making 
both slippery. 

Mickey Byrd scored a TD by 
snagging a blocked kick In the 
Marlln end zone, after Tom 
Counter had scored once more 
on a German pass, and John 
Klefer had added another touch- 
down to his string. German 
kicked an extra point. 



The Bayside Marlins, finish- 
ing the season with a single win 
In nine games (the opener over 
Cox High Sept. 8), put up a 
tough defense against the Cava- 
liers. 



The SUN last week listed the 
Cavalier roster. Here is the 
Bayside team, in addition to 
stars Ray Emerson, Ken Relght- 
ler, Mark LaJ*ach, Gary Parisl, 
Jackie Boone and Butch Gard- 
ner: 

RonColson, Roger Thompson, 
Frank Davis, Greg Fuderer, 
Paul Kaulback, Webb Dowdv, 

Tom Hazelbaker, Mike Dow, 
Woody Clement, Chuch Drys- 
dale, Bob Roush, John Bowles. 

Paul Elswlck, Joe Daversa, Jack 
Freeman, Jim Car mack, Robert 
Jones, Matt Daniels, Jinx 
Myers, 



Jim Hlgglns, Lynn 
Hasklns, Jim McClurg, Dave 
Austin, Doug Porter, Blnky 
Reese, Marty Deaf enbaugh. 



Mike Meansco, Leroy Wells, 
Butch Strickland, Paul Tow, 
David Ashby and Bill Maddox. 



NAS Oceana Boxers Win 



PR. ANNE Bt)ROUGH"Two 
NAS Oceana boxers threw left 
jabs and right crosses recently 
to sOore victories in the Oceana 
boxing show at the base's gym- 
nasium. 

Oliver SaxtOn, aviation mac- 
hinist's mate with VA-85 thril- 
led the partisan crowd with a 
display of "soul" footwork in 
winning a unanimous three- 
round decision over J. Wyley 
of Ft. Story. 

In another three-rounder, 



David Bair, assigned to VA-35, 
won by a decision over M. 
Gossett of Ft. Story. 

Other winners Included U, 
Hayden of the USS Lafayette, 
T, Anderson of the USS Shenan- 
doah over A. Johnson of the 
USS Shenandoah, Carl Leach- 
man of the Shenandoah, A. Bol- 
den of the Shenandoah, S.C. 
Smith of the USS Guam, L. 
Shart of the Marine Barracks 
in Portsmouth and H. Wilson d 
the Marine Barracks. 



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SUN Phone: 428-2401 




Ratio Boost Doesnt Mean 
Tax Increase, Officials Say 



Lt. Commander Hebert Bolles, a Navy chaplain, was the main 
speaker last Saturday at a Veteran's Day ceremony at Rosewood 
Memorial Cemetery in Bayside Bprqugh.Bolles, who won a bronze 
star for gallantry in the Vietnam war, said the reason tife United 
States is fighting the North Vle|namese is to buy a nation time to 
stand on its own two feet. 

Beach Man Speaks at ODC 



A City Council vote this week 
to Increase the real estate 
assessment ratio, from about 
36 per cent to 60 per cent of 
"fair market value," will not 
change local realty tax bills, 
according to city officials. 

City Manager W. Russell 
Hatchett said the purpose of 
the action by City Council on 
Monday was to enable the city 
to legally borrow more money 
through the sale of municipal 
bonds. 

He said there will not be any 
change in the city's rates for 
real estate taxes in the seven 
boroughs until City Council 
considers the city government's 
budget for the next fiscal year, 
which starts July 1 of 1968. 

William W. Connell, recently 
appointed city real estate asse- 
ssor, is working out a plan to 
equalize taxes on real estate 
here. He has not yet announced 
specific details. 

By changing the ratio of 
assessment on land and im- 
provements, the city govern- 
ement can stay well within the 
legal limit set by state law 
and continue issuing city bonds 
to finance highway, recreation, 
sewer, water, public school and 
other improvements. 



The amount of city taxes an 
individual property owner pays 
on land depends on the value 
assessed at the ratio of fair 
market value, after the actual 
tax rate set by City Council 
is applied. 

A reassesment of land in the 
city can cause a person's tax 
bill to go up, or remain the 
same. And in some cases, the 
amount of tax is not changed. 

In other action at Monday's 
meeting. City Counfcll; 

♦Adopted a resolution comm- 
ending 8-year -oldi Bobby Joe 
Smith Jr. of Chickasaw Road 
for saving the life of a 4-year- 
old girl who fell into a canal. 
(The boy was praised for his 
"courage,' presence of mind 
and unselfishness.") 

♦Authorized the Carolina 
Coach Co. (Trailways) to run 
experimental bus service on 
the Virginia Beach-Norfolk Ex- 
pressway (Virginia Highway 
44), after It opens next month. 

♦Heard Hatchett report that 
the city is studying the poss- 
ibility of extending sanitary 
sewer service to BayvlUe 
Farms. 

♦Took under advisement a 
proposed resolution asking that 
City Council approve the idea 



of "voluntary" action on fair 
housing. So-called "panic sel- 
ling" has not happened here 
because of good race relations. 

♦Approved plans and specif- 
ications, submitted by the U.S. 
Army Corps of Engineers, for 
maintenance dredging in the 
Lynnhaven Inlet channel. (The 
Army Engineers will let a con- 
tract for the work.) 

♦Authorized Hatchett to make 
a study of the city's policy on 



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In SUN Whiskey Poll 




i 'Myotony Distui=b«cr' 



9|ACH BOROUGH-Dr. 
James H. WUIUms, director <tf 
the Atlantic Mental Hygiene 
Ceoter oo Atlantic Aveiuie, is 
amoBC ape^ers for tbe filth 
anmal open program of the 
Virfinla Association for Emo- 
ttMialljr Disturbed Children on 



Nov. 18 at Old Dominion College. 
"Resources for the Emotion- 
ally Disturbed Child in VirginU* 
will be the subject of the meet- 
ing, according to Henry C. 
If agee, president of the nevly- 
organia»l Tidewater Chapter 
of VAEDC. 



OQier speakers Include Dr. 
Haim G. Ginott, Dr. Douglas F. 
Powers, Dr. John Mullaney, 
Mrs. Margaret Hudson, Dr. 
Ruth Harrell ami Edward G. 
Necco. Mrs. Josephine Peters 
Klllinger of the Norfolk public 
school system is coordinator 
for tbe program Nov. 18. 



When the VIRGINU BEACH 
SUN ended its poll on the ques- 
tieo <rf tbi^rii^t to vote on hoy 
yMskVf Is sold wltMn tMr 
community, 92 per cent of the 
persons who answered the poll 
said "Yes" The other 8 per 
cent sak) "No." 

One of the last votes to arrive 
by mail on Monday of this week 
said "Yes", with this added 
comment: "But 'No' for Sale 
of Whiskey in Virginia Beach." 



This was an apparent re- 
ference to the time when voters 
might be asked to awrove 
whjakey-by-the-d^lnk sales 
hefe, t^e question e^pHf^ed 
to be considered by the Virginia 
General Assembly early next 
year is whether voters in each 
community should have the 
right to decide how whiskey 
is sold. 

The specific question asked 
in the SUN poll was basically 
that one. 



Official Vote Confirms Demo. Win 



An official canvass of returns 
from the general election last 
Tvesda^, Nov. 7, has confirmed 
tbe sweeping Democratic vic- 
tM7 ^qiorted in last Thursday's 
issue of the VIRGINIA BEACH 
SUN. 

Reports from the state courts 
of re^rd here and in Chesa- 
peake aod Portsm(»th also 
•bowed State Sen. William H. 



Hodges of Chesapeake led in the 
number of votes received for 
election to State Senate seats 
in tbe 3rd Senatorial District. 
He received 21,103 votes In 
Virginia Beach, Portsmouth and 
Ches^teake. The other Demo- 
cratic victors for the state 
senate, Edwvd T. Caton ni 
of Virginia Beach, and Willard 
J. Moody of Portsmouth, re- 
ceived 20,594 votes and 21,087 



votes, respectively. 

A non-aligned independent, 
George R. Walker, received 
5,379 votes in the three cities, 
with the lowest numl>er in his 
home city of Portsmouth. 

Candidates running for office 
only in Virginia Beach and the 
total votes they received were: 

House of Delegates— Kenneth 
N. Whitehurst Jr., Administra- 
tion Democrat, 9,511; B. R. 



Middleton, United Democrat, 
8,801; Henry F. Clarke, Re- 
publican, 3,372; and John A. 
Field ni, Republican, 3,022. 

Clerk of Circuit Court— John 
V. Fentress, Administration 
Democrat, 9,605; and David R. 
Smlthson, Republican, 3,237. 

Commonwealth's Attorney- 
Andre Evans, United Democrat, 
9,072; and Israel Stelngold, 
Republican, 3,255. 



City Sergeant-John E. Marr, 
Democrat, 8,966; Charles E. 
Richardson, Republican, 2,965; 
and Joseph Dreano, non-aligned 
Independent, 586. 

City Treasurer V.A.Ethrldge, 
unopposed in the election, re- 
ceived 11,332 votes; and Revenue 
Commissioner Ivan D. Mapp, 
also unopposed, received 10,870, 
according to the official canvass 
by election commissioners. 



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VIRGIMiA BEACH 

OFFICUL RETURNS 
a GENERAL ELECTION 
I NOVEMBER 7, 1967 



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PRECINCTS 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH 

Aragcma 

Tboroi#good School 
Shelton Park 
Bayside Elementary 
Chesapeake Beach 
Davis Corner 
BLACKWATERBOR. 
Bladnrater 
KEMPSVILLE BOR . 
KempsvlUe 
Thalia 
Wooditodc 
LYNNHAVEN BOR. 

Cape Henry 

Great Neck 

UiddiomPark 

LltUe Neck 

Lonkm Bridge 

Malitw 

Ocnm 

Plata 

Se^ack 

PR. ANNE BOP. 

BrodES Bridge 

CmirUwiae 

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PUNGO BOROUGH 

Ca|^Sh(9 

CrMds 

BEACH BCmOUGH 

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STATE SENATE 



B 

574 
432 
396 
340 
547 
176 

176 

970 
507 
895 

486 
460 
231 
521 
633 
191 
471 
424 
258 

118 

355 

72 

199 
181 

738 
344 



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564 
394 
406 
326 
536 
162 

156 

970 
505 
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4M 

442 
226 
498 
642 
200 
482 
415 
253 

110 

346 

66 

186 

172 

749 
355 



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560 
377 
382 
315 
509 
154 

162 

948 
487 
552 

464 
436 
219 
474 
599 
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457 
407 
244 



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185 
120 
108 

86 
102 

28 

17 

210 
111 
178 

144 
113 

82 
140 
148 

59 
133 
110 

32 



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336 53 

58 9 



170 
171 

721 
324 



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30 

177 
323 



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378 
332 
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479 
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346 
300 
489 
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426 
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389 
363 
182 
409 
507 
164 
397 
291 
229 

101 

297 
55 

159 
145 

635 
279 



851 
423 
823 

362 
371 
196 
461 
569 
163 
441 
344 
253 

106 

360 

70 

213 
183 

742 
303 



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236 
148 
156 
101 
127 
37 

21 

303 
141 
256 

196 
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110 
201 
207 

90 
136 
229 

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72 
10 

31 
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178 
122 



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241 
130 
129 

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110 

27 

11 

243 
205 
220 

249 
152 
104 
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352 
345 
316 
493 
173 

144 

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237 

106 

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69 

190 
171 

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124 

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248 
154 
216 

221 
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190 
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350 
347 
273 
474 
138 

150 

823 
435 
764 

455 
371 
212 
403 
531 
162 
442 
339 
171 

108 

309 

61 

167 
156 

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235 
151 
131 
113 
123 
43 

20 

282 
156 
248 

155 
173 

87 
213 
207 

86 
123 
173 

85 

16 

66 

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25 
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340 
331 
268 
480 
160 

137 

831 
424 
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386 
366 
190 
356 
536 
152 
437 
295 
225 

117 

323 

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190 
165 

717 
320 



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157 
126 

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36 

272 
140 
241 

205 
162 

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168 
190 

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454 
424 
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188 

174 

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525 
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360 

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212 
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developers making water and 
sewer line connections with new 
transmission mains Installed 
here in recent years. 

♦Received a report, from the 
Hampton Roads Sanitation Dis- 
trict Commission, that the 
sewer interceptor line on Shore 
Drive, between the Chesapeake 
Bay Bridge-Tunnel and Shelton 
Road, has been completed and 
cost the city less than City 
Council had anticipated. 



♦Appointed Edward H. Renn 
of Cavalier Park to r^resent 
Virginia Beach on Southeastern 
Virginia committee, proposed 
by the state government to com- 
bat air pollution. 

♦Awarded a $127,953 contract 
to Ames & Webb, Inc., for the 
construction of four traffic 
lanes on Providence Road, from 
Interstate 64 west to Indian 
River Road. There are now two 
lanes there. 



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Which city is on top is clear in the background sign on the Virgi- 
nia Beach-Norfolk Expressway's administration building, south of 
Thalia and west of Windsor Woods. In the foreground are concrete 
dividers for lanes at the ''mainline toll barrier/' which has me- 
tal and glass automatic collection booths (left). Cars bound for 
Norfolk will have to pay 25^ents if they go through the toll lanes 
shown here. The new highway is scheduled to open December I. 

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The annual Auto Show spon- 
sored by the Virginia Beach 
Automobile Dealers Association 
at Pembroke Mall Shopping 
Center was a success, and the 
cars were seen by an estimated 
30,000 persons during the five 
days, Nov. 8-12. 

Computer Helps 
To Pick 
'Junior Miss' 

The Electronic Computer 
Programming Institute of Tide- 
water (ECPI) will present a 
scholarship at the Virginia 
Beach Junior Miss pageant, 
scheduled for November 25 at 
Princess Anne High School. 

This will be in addition to the 
scholarship to be presented by 
R. K. Chevrolet, Inc., major 
local sponsor of the pageant in 
cooperation with the Bayside- 
Prlncess Anne Jaycees. 

The ECPIT scholarship will 
be for a course In data process- 
ing and computer programming. 

Finalists for local Junior 
Miss competition have been 
given a programming aptitude 
test, and the five girls with the 
highest scores will be asked to 
submit a short essay to deter- 
mine the final winner. A com- 
mittee of three will select the 
winner, based on the essay. 

The ECPI school s^tem is 
comprised of 93 schools nation- 
wide, and the one in this ar% 
las been in operation almost 
two years. 



See Photo, Page 9 

The latest in 1968 model cars 
from Chrysler, General Motors, 
Ford and American Motors 
factories were featured at the 
show. William Thompson was 
show chairman, and H.A. Holt 
Jr. and J. Roy Alphir, were on 
the show committee. 

"I think it went very nicely," 
William C. Everett, president 
of the local automobile dealers, 
said of the show at Pembroke 
Mall. 

Virginia Beach dealers rep- 
resented were Alphln Motors, 
Inc.; Beach Ford, Inc.; Brooks- 
Shorter Motor Co., Inc.; Ever- 
ett-Jordan Motor Co.; Malbon 
Motor Co., Inc.; Meekins Pon- 

Ji. Kltchin 
Appointed As 
School Rep. 

James L. Kltchin, member of 
the Virginia Beach City School 
Board, has been appointed to 
serve on the Public Relations 
Committee of the Virginia 
School Boards Association, 
being selected recently by Mrs. 
Flora W. Reid, pr^ident of the 
state organization. 

Kltchin was appointed to the 
local School Board in July of 
1966, ai«l he currently Is a 
member of the Buildii^ and 
Grounds Committee of the 
group. He is a member of the 
Arm of Jarvls 4 Kltchin, Insur- 
ance Brokers. 



tlac Corp.;R.K. Chevrolet, Inc, 
and Thompson-Royal Dodge, Inc. 

Miss Cynthia Hershberger, 
reigning Virginia Beach Junior 
Miss, drew the ticket from a 
wire drum for the winner of a 
Chevy Jr., a child's car powered 
by a gasoline engine. The winner 
was J.D. Felton of Adam Keeling 
Road, Virginia Beach. 

Brenda R. Matney of Vincent 
Avenue in Norfolk won a color 
television set, and the following 
won Smithfield hams or radios: 

G.S. Davenport of Betsy Ross 
Road, Virginia Beach; Rita 
Russell of Armed Forces Staff 
College, Norfolk; Doris C. Mc- 
Cullough of Ewell Road, Virginia 
Beach; Mary E. Everet of Coach 
House Lane, Virginia Beach; 
Ken Thompson of Sellger Drive, 
Norfolk; Helen Pasch of Pemroy 
Avenue, Norfolk; Nancy Owen of 
Victory Road, Virginia Beach; 
Richard Stevenson of Herliert 
Street, Norfolk; Ray Rollins of 
John Jay Lane, Vir^nia Beach; 
Mrs. L.E. White of Anne Aven- 
ue, Ches^eake; L.R. Boetsche 
Jr. of Cheyenne Road, Virginia 
Beach; Goldle George of St. 
Paul's Boulevard, Norfolk; R. 
T. Grant of Caren Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beaeb; Lydia Preston of 
Queen Victoria Court, Virginia 
Beach; R.F. Davison of Mllljume 
Drive, Virginia Beach; Mrs. J. 
Peters of 56th Street, Vlr^nia 
Beach; M. R. MacCallum (rf 
Slllna Drive, Virginia Beach; W. 
T, Harris of Elizabeth City, 
N.C., and Charles Williams, 

The automobile dealers al^ 
gave amy various free prizes 
nimberii^ near 100. 



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Amerkon 



Mr. and Mrs. Thomas p'Neil 
of Wayne, N.J. were weekend 
guests of his mother, Mrs.' 
Donald Taylor of 80th Street, 
while ttiey showed their boxer, 
Hot Shot of Bon Ton, at the 
Tidewater Kennel Club Show. 
Hot Shot won "best of breed" 
and gained enough points to 
become a champion. 



Colony Drive, has pledged Zeta 
Tau Alpha sorority at Bethany 
College in West Virginia where 
she is a freshman. 



Mr. andMrs.StephenWas- 
serman of St. Louis are parents 
of a daughter, Leslie Karen, 
born Oct. 9 in Virginia Beach 
HospitaL Mrs. Wasserman is 
the former Judith Blum, daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Werner 
Blum of Cardinal Drive. 



Mr. and Mrs. James E.White 
Jr. of Windsor Woods announce 
the birth of their second child, 
first daughter, Michelle Regina, 
on Sept. 13 in Leigh Memorial 
Hospital. 



A program on Christmas 
decorations was the feature of 
the November meeting of the 
Kings Grant Garden Club at the 
home of Mrs. Catherine Stalvey. 

For their "HANDS" project, 
the club will replace 33 shrubs 
at the entrance to Kings Grant. 
Blue ribbons were awarded to 
Mrs. Flora Stone, Mrs. Sandra 
Cummlngs and Mrs. C.A. Kim- 
nach HI. 



Miss Charyl Ann Solomon, 
daughter of Chaplain and Mrs. 
C. William Solomon of Bay 



Lynnhaven Colony Garden 
Club win have itsChristmas 
Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 18 
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the 
Lynnhaven Colony United 
Church on Great Neck Road. 
There will be a bake sale with 
free coffee served. 

Hostesses for the November 
garden club meeting were Mrs. 
S. Williams, Mrs. J. Hansen 
and Mrs. A. MurreU. Mrs. M. 
Parke was awarded a tri-color 
ribbon for arrangements. Lake 
Joyce Garden Club judged. 







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LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH— 
An All-American honor rating 
has been awardpd to the COX- 
SWAIN, a local school news- 
paper published by and for stu- 
dents at Frank W. Cox High 
School. 

The honor rating is from the 
National Scholastic Press 
Association (NSPA) and is for 
the newspaper during the 1966- 
67 school year, when Miss Jane 
Richardson was editor. She also 
was a correspondent for the 
VIRGINIA BEACH SUTJ during 
the year and is presently a 
freshman at Longwood College. 

Editor of the COKWaIN this 
year is Miss Lou Skinner. Miss 
Dean Repass is staff advisor 
on the school faculty. 

"We, the students at Cox, 
are proud of the commendation 
and wish to inform others of 
the achievement," Miss Skin- 
ner said of the AU-Amerlcan 
rating. 

The honor rating for th-e 
COXSAV'AIN was in the 77th 
All American Newspaper Crit- 
ical Service of the NSPA. 

More than 1,000 student 
newspapers published at high 
schools all over tht nation are 
judged in the annual competi- 
tion. 

The AU-Amerlcan rating re- 
presents superior accomplish- 
ment aiKl is reserved for top 
publications. 

Entries are judged in all 
areas of production, from cov- 
erage through writing and 
makeup. NSPA headquarters is 
at the University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis. 





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It's Crepe Myrtle 
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''Hercules/' a /-mjiith-old St. Bernard dog, and *'Smokey/' des- 
cribed as a ''Heinz 57 Variety" byhisowner, give Mathew Morris, 
and Terry and Kathy Kiselburg a ride on a Princess Anne Plaza 
street. Mrs. Judy Kiselburg, mother of Terry and Kathy, said: *'We 
used to pull the wagon ourselves, but now we use the dogs." (Photo 
by Lehigh) 

Boy Scouts Present Awards 



PR. ANNE BOR0UGH~Vlr- 
ginia Beach City Council has 
s^jproved the idea of ad(^>tlng 
the Crepe Myrtle as the official 
flower of Virginia Beach. 

Council took the action at a 
public meeting Monday, after 
the idea was advanced by the 
Virginia Beach Council of Gar- 
den Clubs, Inc., and the Virginia 
Beach Beautlfication Commis- 
sion, Inc., and endorsed by 
Elgie L. Easter, city horUcul- 
turist, and Fred Heutte, who 
conceived the Idea of the 
Botanical Gardens in neighbor- 
ing Norfolk. 



Members of City Council 
present ti. the meeting and 
voting in bvor of deslgn^ing 
the large shrub as Virginia 
Beach's ofncial flower were 
Mayor Frank A. Dusch» Vice 
Mayor Robert B. CromwellJr.^ 
and Councilmen Lawrence 
Marshall, Albert L.BonneySr., 
George R. Ferrell, Kenneth N. 
Whitehurst Sr., Earl N. Tebault, 



D. Murray Malbon, John W. 
McCombs and J. Curtis Payn«. 

The Crq)e Myrtle, spelled 
"Crm>e" by some persons, te 
sclentificallyclassllledis 
in the botanical temily of 
Lythraceae (loosestrife), pom 
Lagers troemla and specie* 
indica. 



Some of the trees flower In 
the summer and others in the 
early autumn, with colors in- 
eluding delicate pink, lavender 
or purple and white. They are 
prominent on upper Granbjr 
Street in Norfolk andonBaUsD- 
tine Boulevard there. 



Various club»^here, widi (ht 
aid of the city governmeitf and 
the Virginia Beach Beautlflct- 
tion Commission have planted 
Crepe Myrtle along sucbiarom- 
inent Virginia Beach streets as 
Laskin Road, First Ccdonlal 
Road and bidependence Boule- 
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LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH — 
About 250 Boy Scouts of America 
officials and executives recently 
met at Cox High for PAVAB 
District's annual "appreciation 
fellowship dinner," and scout 
troops and packs received var- 
ious honors. 

Bill Vidal, advancement 
chairman, presented first place 
advancement awards to Pack 
417, sponsored by Bow Creek 
Presbyterian Church with 
Donald Grazier as cubmaster; 
and to Troop 435, sponsored 
by Citizens United for Boys 
in Princess Anne Plaza with 
Harry M. Johnson as scout- 
master. 

Pack 408 of Ft. Story, with 
George McMahan as cubmaster, 
received a second place award, 
and so did Troop 63 of Francis 
Asbury Methodist Church on 
Great Neck Road. Thomas P. 
Hudgins is scoutmaster. 

Third place awards went to 
Pack 64, sponsored by NAS 



Oceana witn Donald Piper as 
cubmaster; and to Troop 361 
sponsored by Chesapeake Beach 
Civic League with Henry Ruhl 
as scoutmaster. 

The awards were based on the 
highest percentage of advance- 
ments by individual scouts who 
are meml)ers of 35 cub packs 
and 45 scout troops in Virginia 
Beach. 

The Virginia Beach Symphony 
Choral Group , directed by 
Douglas Waldorf, presented 
entertainment, and John J. 
Coneys of the Norfolk office 
of the Federal Bureau of ta- 
vestigation, was guest speaker. 

Woodrow W. Jones presented 
annual Scouter Awards to per- 
sons active in scouting who were 
outstanding in their service to 
the city's youth. Contributions 
to the community, religions, 
home and country also are con- 
sidered in the judging. 

Those receiving the awards 
this year, the second time they 




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were presented, are: 

Mrs. Norma Clark, den 
mother of Pack 362 at Comm- 
unity Methodist Church; John L. 
Wickre, cubmaster of Pack 409 
at LeKies Methodist Church; 
Gorson K. Deafenbaugh, scout- 
master of Troop 412 at Bayslde 
Christian Church; Ernest C. 
Hyers, e35)lorer advisor for 
Post 407 of Bow Creek Pres- 
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Jones, committee chairman for 
Troop 363 ofHaygoodMetbpdlst 
Church; James H. Perry, in- 
stitutional representative for 
Pack 372 and Troop 372 at 
Thalia Methodist Ctrarch; 
Walter F. Bram, PAVAB Dis- 
trict flee chairman and former 
chairman, and James N.Carter 
assistant district commissioner 
for cub scout "roundtables." 

Walter L. Carroll, principal 
at Cox High School, is chair- 
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executive committee of Boy 
Scouts of America. The dis- 
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By Les Lehigh 



Members of Fraternal Order 
of PoUce (FOP) Lodge No. 8 
here have elected ^ Harry S. 
Seager Jr. as pr^ident, SgL 
Daniel Creelman Jr. as vice 
president; J. M. Aughes as 
secretary, Sgt. B.L. Rogers as 
treasurer; R. F. Lippertas 
guard; C.C. Pace as conductor, 
U. F.S. Kraheobill, trustee, 
and M. Ealy, chaplain. 



The new FOP will be installed 
next nxntti at a Fraternal Order 
of Police banquet, ttid their new 
terms will begin Jan. 1, 1968. 




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book and makes his wife read it to him! 

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officer follows many pottis, w 
was clearly illustrated one d^r 
last week. Officer J.J.Sdortliio 
returned to the Bayslde Boromfi 
police precinct with a little girl 
about three years of age vlio 
undoubtedly was losL Sbe was 
quite content with her "escort." 



Sdortino had spent consider- 
able time patrolling the Birch- 
wood Gardens subdivision wlOi 
ttie girl, in h<9es of locotlnc 
her home. His charge took 
delight in pointing to any hone 
which caught her eye, saying It 
was her residence. 



To add to die difflcalty of 
locatii« the girl's hone, riie 
would Just smile at Sclortbio 
i^enever he asked her naibe. 



James Saimders, a guae 
warden at die Back Bay re- 
gional headquarters, say* be 
believes this hunting seuoo \g 
better Oian last year, with a 
few more hunters taklof to (be 
woods and flekls. Souadertsaid 
a few geese wn e tokeo to ttie 
fields. 



U CD. Hathaway, attached 
to the 1st PoUce Preclnet ol 
Princess Anne Court Roosc. 
graduating diisweek fronttM 
Soottiem PoUce Institute ctaw 
recently completed at the 
University of LoulsvUle Setool 
of Law, 9i. Louis V lilt, Ky. 
Hathaway was elected Pint 
Vice President of the dais. 
Att«id«l by police ofHcerafroa 
throughout the United Statii, 
die school Included coorsea tai 
police managem«iit and odnlB- 
Istration. 



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M«i of die KempsvUlevoloD- 
teer fire departnent \atn 
elected offlcen for dM new 
year. They areEfatonSmrtMo- 
truber, chief; R.L. Snith, lot 
assL chief; G. White, End asst. 
chief; S. BwndMUiB, Srd aaot. 
chief; W. WeUs. 1ft cM** E. 
Brlnkley, 2nd ci*)t; J. Parry, 
3rd capt.; G. Wettierii«too, 
president; L.M.Cttlpqiper,vlce 
pres.; K. MadMws, sec; J. 
Bf iiddey, trM.; and P. Het^i- 
berger, chaplain. Ele^ed tothe 
board of dire<^rs were R.L. 
Smith, D. Hamphrles, G. R. 
WUte^ and J. MlsklU. £aeh 
officer wasdectedfof QMjraar, 
eicept CMef SwartiantnAer, 
whose torn of otflee la lor t«o 
years. 



Lt. Ftoyd S. Krahenbill, 
attached to die Beadi Bwoagh 
Precinct, is now att«iidlac< * 
PoUce a^erviaws' Scbod at 
Vlrgma State PoUce HeaAiaBr- 
tcrs in Richmond. S|K»0(Mredl)]r 
the VU^inla Chiefs of PoUee 
AasocliUoa, dw oourae waaihe 
first of |U kind offered In 
Vinifda. KraheoblU waa fiie 
OD^ poUce officer tttm Vbflnla 
Beach able to attnd tteadhocfl, 
iMewiae (rf the lor^ makm ol 
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thufsclay, November 16, 1967 

iHn.>i i i ' 



Virginia Beacii Sun 




William P. Kellam at the brick house of IVIrs. George McGuire on 
Holly Road. 

I\^uscular Dystrophy Fund 
Drive Launched at Beach 



William p. Kellam, local 
campaign chairman of the 
"March Against Muscular Dy- 
strophy," today launched the 
annual drive In this commtmity 
by t)elng the first volunteer to 
ring a doort>ell in his neighbor- 
boor. 

He announced that approxi- 
mately a million volunteers in 
2,000 communities throughout 
tbe y.S. are participating In Uds 
yeair's house-to-house cam- 
palp for three days. 

"These dedicated volun- 
teers", Mr. Kellam said, "can 
t>e Identified t>y the Jerry Lewis 
badge they wear. We hope people 
will respond warmly to their 
efforts." 

The campaign chairman poin- 
ted out that the diseases with 
vhid> MDAA Is concerned are 
^^ and tragic The most 
serious of them, muscular dy- 
strophy, Is one of the great 
scourges of childhood. Within a 
few years, the stricken young- 
ster goes from braces, to 
wheelchair, to bed - and he is so 
weakened that it often takes 
only an ordinary coU to snuff 
out his young life. 

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Consultonts 
Visit School 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH- 
lllss Rosalie J. Slater and Miss 
Vena Hail, special ronsultants 
to tbe faculty of die King's 
Grant Christian Day School, 
visited the area this week to 
conduct a worksbc^ and speak 
to the Parent-Teacher Fellow- 
attip at Grace Baptist Church In 
Norfolk. 

, Miss SUter and Miss Hall 
are irom die Foundation for 
Anerican Christian Education 
in Amheim, Calif. They are 
co-airthors of "The Christian 
History of tbe ConstituUon," 
and have spent years research- 
ing tbe nation's Christian 
heritage. 

King's Grant Christian Day 
ScbQoi rec«^y evened a new 
o^ce and scbooi for grades 
1 tiirough 9 on Virginia Beach 
Boole? ard east of Davis Corner, 
Ell«i T. Richards, assistant 
principal, said. 

The school is conducting a 
fund-raising drive for a new 
building in Virginia Beach so it 
can move from Norfolk, n^ere 
it has classes for kiidergarten 
thrmi^ grade 6 at Grace Bap- 
tist Church. 

The Kl^'s Grapt Christiafl 
Day Scbooi has umotmced the 
lOllowing students have made 
die honor roll for die flret nine ' 
we^ of scbooi. This mm» 
tbat diey have made no grade 
lower Ibaa a "B" on dieir rq»rt 

cards. 

First grade, Jesse Matdiew 
WUlianM, Jr.; second grade, 
Mariam B<»e, Paul Dean, Jan^ 
llcddns, Gary Rl(4eway, Mar- 
tin Roy, Amy Stafford and Patty 
TolibD; ttilrd gride, Harold E. 
Rlekhrds, ID:; foordi grade, An- 
g^ Gittsball, endgette Kelly, 
Utfk Love, Katby MeaUns and 
jody Stewart; flltb grade, Marta 
Garthwalte, Jeffery Halsey, 
Iflcliasl Olenlk, FeRi EUen 
|Ud»rti and Si^ry Rldgeway; 
•tbSHi grade, CUidv Johnson; 
itvaiiib gr«le, Ddborab Gardi- 
iraite and dgttii grade, Dmnia 
S!^^ ADiee White and Jo]n» 
SUvart. 



Mr. Kellam released a state- 
ment from the association's 
honorary chairman, Mrs. Lyn- 
don Johnson, who spoke of "the 
irreplaceable role of MDAA", 
and added: "I genuinely hope 
tbat all Americans will join us 
In a campaign that embraces so 
much of the future well-being of 
our land." 

The drive also has the en- 
dorsement of AFL-CIO Presl 
dent George Meany, who has 
urged his affiliated unions to 
give it thnr fi^l support. 

A non-profit national volun- 



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tary health agency, MDAA 
maintains a nationwide network 
of clinics and provides, through 
its affiliated chapters, a wide 
variety of patient services to 
victims ofdystrophy and related 
neuromuscular diseases. 

MDAA also supports a com- 
prehensive research program 
both in the United States and 
abroad. It built and maintains, 
die Institute for Muscle Disease 
in New York City, die only 
center In the world devoted 
exclusively Iq study of the 
neuromuscular diseases. 



Beach 
Helps UCF 
Top Goal 

The Virginia Beach Medical 
Society topped Its goal by getting 
112.7 per cent of Its quota in 
die recent United Communities 
Fund drive for most of Virginia 
Beach, part of Chesapeake and 
Norfolk. 

The local medical society's 
campaign was headed by Dr. 
James P. Charlton, 

C.E. "Pete" Thurston, who 
has a home in Virginia Beach, 
was campaign chairman for the 
overall drive which ended in 
victory for the 29th straight 
year by obtaining more than 
$2 million in contributions anr* 
pledges for next year's charity 
work. 

The Virginia Beach public 
schools also made their quota, 
with Robert Stenzhorn as chair- 
man. As the VIRGINIA BEACH 
SUN reported earlier, the first 
UCF unit to make Its goal was 
the small business unit for the 
Beach Borough. Earl Slattum 
and Randy Randolph headed that 
campaign, with aid from Michael 
Savvides, William Dekker and 
H. 0. Erhard. 

Other Virginia Beach resi- 
dents also contributed time and 
effort to the fund drive's suc- 
cess. 

'Blitz'k Coming 
In Late November 

A somewhat mysterious 
'Blitz' is being planned by the 
Virginia Beach Chamber of 
Commerce to boost the City of 
Virginia Beach. 

The 'Blitz' will involve all of 
the seven boroughs in the city, 
and civilian "captains" are 
being named to organize the 
campaign, scheduled for Wed- 
nesday, Nov. 29. 



Safety Sitns Heei Spoce 



PR, ANNE BCfflglJGH— The , He said diey cannot be legally 
city gdii i H rtKSO ^ *" t^ y N. 0" publlf p^t^rty beside 
~ the streets, and he would like 

to know of anyone who will 
consent to allowing the signs to 
he put on private property 
beside stre^ near schools. 

The signs were given to the 
city govenment by the Loyal 
Order of Moose headquarters In 
Mooseheart, 111. City Council 
has approved erection of the 
signs in the city. 



Beach has some "Protect pur 
Children" signa avail^le i^tle 
erected beside streets near 
schools, but has a problem with 
where to erect them. 

Reeves E. Johnson, city safety 
director, said the signs would 
tie helpful In promoting safety 
on the city's streets, but they 
will have to be erected on 
private property. 





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Bowl Parade in Norfolk was this- marching unit of Bethel No. 42, International Order of 
Job's Daughters, Kempsville Borough. ^ 

McDowell 
Teaches 
In Lebanon 



Charles Samuel McDowell, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. William 
Patton McDowell of Holly Road, 
has joined the faculty of Inter- 
national College in Beirut, 
Lebanon, as a Teaching Fellow 
to instruct in English as a 
foreip language. 

He is one of 14 teaching 
fellows from American univer- 
sities for the teacher-trainee 
program at International Col- 
lege, an American founded 
preparatory school and junior 
college. I.C. adjoins the campus 
of the American University of 
Beirut. 

McDowell, who graduated 
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Does Style Contribute to Trash? 



There was comment recently 
in an out-of-town newspaper 
about Virginia Beach being the 
"trashiest'* city among cities 
south of l^ampton Roads. 

Well, everyone knows that 
where there are people, there 
is some trash somewhere. But 
it usually is a problem in older 
cities. 

We hope the reference to 
Virginia Beach in the Norfolk 
newspaper was not a slam at 
our city of clean and health- 
ful living. We hope it was a 
case of quick interpretation of 
statistics, on the tons of trash 
and garbage collected in re- 
lation to the number of peo- 
ple who are residents of our 
community's seven boroughs. 

The tonnage published was 
quite high, and an investigation 
by the VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 
determined that someone other 
than the city government offi- 
cial quoted in the newspaper 
story had used different sets 
of standards when comparing 
our city with the others. 

But even if there is a lot of 
trash, garbage and other waste 
to be collected in the suburbs, 
and in business, industrial and 
agricultural areas of the city, 
there probably are jjpod rea- 
sons for it. m 

Some we can thinlc of at the 
moment are: 

Thousands of visitors from 
many communities, states and 
countries visit Virginia Beach 




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each summer to enjoy living 
and leisure. Unfortunately, 
some are lltterbugs. 

In general, year-round resi- 
dents have a relatively higher 
income than those in some nei- 
ghboring cities, so they can af- 
ford to throw out what is old 
and buy what is new to "live 
it up" with style. 

New homes and apartments 
are being built and occupied, 
particularly in Bayside, 
Kempsville and Lynnhaven bor- 
oughs. This means there are 
plenty of empty boxes, car- 
tons or crates to be hauled 
to the city dump after new app- 
liances, glass, furniture and 
other furnishings or equipment 
are taken from the containers. 

anJ^'^ltoSt 'iSfan^T/th^ Over 100,000 Students by 1985 

better. And If anyone wants 
to argue about it, he will find 
some of our commuters, coun- 
try 'squires,' local 'rebels' 
proud high school 'gladiators', 
and some 'executive' types rea- 
dy to say with fury and a lion's 
roar: 

'There's no place like Vir- 
ginia Beach, so don't call it 
trashy." 

Any qnotorist who drives the 
hundred of miles of streets 
and highwoys, where sign man- 
ufacturers are winning in a 
fight to beautify the city, will 
agree that things are looking 
up ... up ... up. 



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Industrial Development, L. Doun Curtis, dir 

Parks & Recreation, Harold S. Whiteburst, dir. . . 

Personnel, Edgar A. Culverhcnise, dir 

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Which Will You Buy? 



Thanksgiving Day as a 
holiday is only a week from 
today. And wnen most families 
in our community are enjoying 
the blessings of life, liberty and 
the pursuit of happiness, many 
of those in Norfolk, Portsmouth, 
Chesapeake, Hampton and 
Newport News will be going to, 
or returning from traditional 
Thanksgiving Day football 
games. 

It may be unfortunate, or it 
may not, that the No. I high 
school football team in the state 
of Virginia— our city's Prin- 
cess Anne High Cavaliers- 
will not be playing football next 
Thursday. Leastwise, that was 
the word in Cavalier land when 
the SUN press rolled. 

Norview (No. 2 in the East- 
ern District) will be playing 
Great Bridge!?), beaten earlier 
by both the Princess Anne and 
Kellam High football teams,' on 
Nov. 23. Hampton's Crabbers 
(No. 2 in the Southeastern Re- 
gion) will be playing the New- 
port News Typhoons (?). 
Churchland's Truckers (No. I 
In the Southeastern District) 
will be playing the Wilson Pres- 
Identsi?). And Maury's Commo- 
dores will take on the Granby 
Comets In an always -unpred- 
ictable gome in Norfolk. 

So wtiy not a 'turkey day' 
football game in Virginia 
Beodi? Sonne say high school 
football on Thanksgiving inter- 
feres with family life. Others 



say it contributes to family 
life, since football here in this 
gridiron season of 1967 was 
enjoyed by Mums, Dads, and 
the children. 

A lot of them went to the 
Oyster Bowl game last week- 
end, too, when much to Navy's 
regret, the Duke Blue Devils 
outran the Middies with help 
from Army rooters. 

While on the subject of who 
likes which football team, we 
suppose it's fair to note that a 
certain sportswriter in Norfolk 
reportedly lost almost every 
bet on which team would be 
tops in this area. 

The Cavaliers, the Knights 
and the Pat riots --each with 
supporters on the SUN's staff- 
turned out to be the top teams 
in our city. Maybe we just like 
winners who like us. 

Now the question is: Which 
will you buy for Thanksgiving- 
dinner with the family, a foot- 
ball game, or both? Whatever 
the answer, don't forget to say 
'thanks' for our pleasant and 
happy city which some call 
"the first resort." It's also 
home, and home is as sweet as 
the faith, hope and charity of 
living on earth, where we have 
the courage, Integrity and fort- 
itude to do what we should. 

Which will you buy for a hap- 
pier Thanksgiving? 



(Editor's Note: The VIRGINIA 
BEACH SUN, to inform its 

» - readers on the future educa- 
tional needs in Virginia Beach, 
is publishing by chapters 

^T^ "Master Plan Report No. 7", —— 
prepared by the City Planning 
Commission and the City School 
Board for consideration by City 
Council. Here is Chapter III.) 

PROJECTIONS -SCHOOL ENROLLMENT 
PATTERNS 1975 and 1985 

"The preceding two chapters established 
grade distribution, survival trends, and total 
population projections. This chapter will 
establish the ratio between population and 
school enrollment, and compute 1975 and 1985 
enrollments for the city and for individual 
education zones. 

"From 1959 through 1966, school enrollment 
has been compared to population. Enrollment 
figures represent actual reported numbers. 
Population estimates from 1961 through 1966 
liave been generated by extrapolating numbers 
of dwelling units per year from building permits 
reported and multiplying this number by the 
average number of persons per dwelling unit. 
The number of persons per dwelling unit in 
Virginia Beach is 3.68 (4.00 persons per unit 
with an S^c overall vacancy rate). This 3.68 
overall rate generated locally compares 
favorably with the 3.7 rate computed by the 
Bureau of Population and Economic Research 
at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. 

"The following table shows the ratio of 
school enrollment to populati'n from 1959 
through 1966. 



RATIOS - POPULATION vf . 
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT 

Year Population Earollment 



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1959 


80,000 


17037 


21.29 


1960 


85,218 


19616 


23.01 


1961 


N.A. 


— 


_ 


1962 


119,236 


26164 


21.94 


1963 


127,509 


29333 


23.00 


1964 


140,947 


32780 


23.04 


1965 


153,028 


34800 


22.74 


1966 


160,000 


36589 


22.86 


8 Year Av. 






...22.55 



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"As can l>e seen, the varlatira over the 
eight year period was nef UffMe;tlierefore,tlie 
average ratio of 22.55 percent of the popolatloa 
will be used to project totalscliool enrollment. 

"In Chapter One the estimated total popula- 
tion for 1975 was 320,000 and for 1985 it was 
460,000. The total anticipated school enrollment 
can then be computed is follows: 



Year Est. Pop. 



Factor 



Antici. 
Enroll. 



1975 
1985 



320,000 
460,000 



22.55 
22^5 



72,160 
103,730 



"The fold out map cm ifec aeKt fan shows, 
by^ numt>er, the plaonlac districts that have 
been established for tlie city. The bmudaries 
of these planning districts were established 
where possible, by aslnf mtmral twundaries, 
waterways and roadways (both existing and 
proposed) and generally inclode Mie or more 
subdivisions. 




On Working Together 

Editor, Virginia Beach Sun: 

The Norfolk newspapers have 
represented to the public that 
they have an obligation and duty 
to print matters of public 
interest. Does this include the 
truth, the whole truth and 
nothing but the truth? 

The report on the front page 
of the second section on Novem- 
ber 8, 1967, of the Ledger Star 
is another shocking attempt at 
dividing the people of the City 
of Virginia Beach— but all of 
Qieir efforts shall be in vain as 
tiie citizens of Virginia Beach 
shall forever stand together and 
protect each and every citizen 
within her boundaries. This 
writer has been to the Demo- 
cratic Headquarters on the evei 
of many elections and seldom 
has Mr. Sidney Kellam made an 
ipTearance. He did not even 
appear the night his own brother 
was elected in a hot primary 
where he suiported Kellam- 
Hodges and ^pong. 

Why can't tiie Norfolk news- 
papers Uxk for the truth and 



try to unite our area efforts 
rather than tear at the very 
hearts of each community by 
attempting to destroy the efforts 
of such leaders as Sidney Kellam 
and others who at the very time 
of this reference, this great 
civic minded man was giving his 
service to his community and 
needed not to politic further. 

For their information and as 
they can see from the record, 
the people at Virginia Beach 
have the hi^est respect for 
both Mr. Sidney Kellam and Mr. 
V.A. (Jack) Etheridge, and any 
criticism of either of these men 
is a iirect criticism of theCity 
of Virginia Beach. Because bott 
these men contribute so miKh 
to our City, it causes the hearts 
of our citizens to leap with joy 
to see these two men enjoyli^ 
themselvra together ami work- 
ing together for the welfare and 
benefit of the City of Virginia 
Beach. 

For their information, Mr. 
Sidney Kellam is as much 
trusted, revered and respected 
by our citizens as ever, and we 
thank God for having the privi- 
lege of our associ^on with him 
and their newspapers could do 
much to help bring together the 
total community efforts for the 
benefit of our area. And if Ojey, 
with all their power, would vaake 
one-one hundredth of the effort 
to work together and weW our 
community together for Urn 
benefit of all the people as Mr. 
Etheridge and Mr. KeUam 
strive so to do, then they wwild 
contribute at least some stare 
in the efforts that these two 
men, , with many ttousaocb of 
others, to the unity which nm^ 
be ours— Norfolk, PortsmwQi, 
Chesapeake and Virginia Beach. 



Invited 



The VIRGDOA BEACH SUN 
welcomti letters to the editor. 
All will be prlitfed when sFiu:e 
permits. Etch letter most be 
signed and inclode address of 
the writer, hat only die name 
wUl be pit)Urtied. Letters are 
invited oa aU subjects. MaU 
them to Virginia Beach San, 
P. 0. Box 657, VirginU Beach, 
Va,, 23451. 



The Norfolk newspapers, in 
^is writer's (pinion, do more 
to destroy this potential udty 
than does all the world armmd 
us. Why can't they wake up and 
repres«it our total area as a 
newspaper— for the public 
intere^ — the ti^le tnitti and 
nothing but the truth. 

-Garlanl M. Ltyton 

Thanks 

Editor, Vlrglilt Batch Sw: 

The PrtaoflW Asm Wontn's 
Clob of VlrfliUBMehaM)recl- 
itst fmt ee-oporttion in 
brii|l« It ttt afttMUoo oryour 
rtidil« plMs sir Nbith AflDual 



The Stow vtf t grtit success, 
tad it !• M evMt tM ssens to 
tnertHs hi papii^unf u erl- 
doieid by locretsid itt«xlanc« 
and advuce detltr reserrt- 

tlMV. 

WorUll wlOi Mrs. McAUeo 

wtsti 



, Virginia Beach Circuit Court 

Judges 

Robert S. Wahab 

PaulW. AcUss 

George W. Vakos 

Decisions Nov. 3 to 10, 1967 

Oakley E. Akers, Oceana Boulevard, Virginia Besch, appealed 
Municipal Court conviction of driving under the Inttaeoce; tmiai 
guilty of reckless driving, fined $250.00 and costs, given 60-dsy 
jail sentence, which was suspended for six months oo condition 
of good behavior. 

John F. O^BrlHi, Country Club Road, Virginia Beach, appetitd 
Munic^ial Court convictiwi of reckless driving; fmrnd goUty, 
flned $125.00 and costs, drivers' license suspended for 90 days. 



VirginiaBeach Municipal Court 

Judges 

Pressley B. White 

Mary R. ^ight 

Frank E. Butler, III 



Convictions Nov. 3 to 10, 1967 

Stanley P. Garrow, Atlantic Avenue, Virginia Beach, convicted 
of reckless driving; fined $25.00 and costs. 

Hugh G. Osborne, Trice Terrace, Norfolk, Va., convicted of ' 
reckless driving; fined $50.00 and costs, drivers' license 
suspended for 60 days. 

Joseph A. Pennington, 48th St., Norfolk, Va.,reddlflM driving; 
fined $25.00 and costs, drivers' license suspended for six mnrths. 

Abraham J. Hood, Dillon Avenue, Virginia Beach, convicted of 
reckless driving; fined $50.00 and costs. 



Virginia Beach Juvenile & 

Domestic Relations Court « 

Judges 
Philip L. Riuso 
Mary R. Speight 
Frank L. Bi^er, m 

Case Summation Nov. 3 to 10, 1967 

The ocmrt had hearings cm 38 juvenile petitioia which omctmed 
persoitt 17 years (tf age or under accosedof violiting state Itm 
or dty ordinances. None of tt>e cases involved f^ates. 

Other cases which the court settled involved 18 oo alleged 
traffic law violations and 8 on family domestic protdMOS. Thsre ^ 
were 8 cases of parental non-stqpport (huii^ the ^wve ctlmter 
dttes. 



Mrs. E«l DUVil 



TkU mtapaper i* »ent to the offke* atfh§9klm» 

deniUtibt Norfolk, PwttmmUK Cktmpo0t 
and Virginia Beach <■ a eomrtoty of Wifmm-WHgki] 
Midor Com^tmif, your ChrgtItr-ImfgM IMkr, 



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Thursday, 



November 16, 1967 



Virginia Beach Sun 



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BUSINESS INDUSTRY 



'Health Resort' 
Planned 



6 the PROFESSIONS 




Enjoying lunch at Bayside HighSchool in Bayside Borough last week were (left to right, 
foreground) Joe Golden and Troy Shinn of Magnet Cove, Ark., and Alton Baldwin of 
Arkansas Power and Light. 

Innovations Gain 
National Attention 



Floyd E. K el lam Jr., an 
attorney, former Naval officer 
and a native of this city, has 
been elected to the Virginia 
Beach board of First &i Mer- 
chants National Bank, it was 
announced by J. Phillips Cole- 
man, chairman, and Robert L. 
Gordon Jr., president of the 
bank. 

Edward H. Church, officer in 
charge of First & Merchants 
operations in Virginia Beach, 
said the addition of young 
Kellam to the board will further 
strengthen efforts to promote 
business for the Virginia Beach 
area. Floyd E. Kellam Jr. is a 
graduate of Duke University's 
law school, is active in various 
civic and charitable clubs in the 
city and is a member of the 
Virginia Beach, Norfolk-Ports- 
mouth, Virginia and American 
bar associations. 



Four employes of R.K, Chev- 
rolet, Inc., on Virginia Beach 
Boulevard west of London 
Bridge, have completed the 
Reynolds & Reynolds school of 
electronic accounting for auto 
dealers. 

The four are Mrs. Evelyn C, 
Howell, office manager; Miss 
Jackie Liverman, cashier; and 
Mrs. Frances G. Mottola and 
Mrs. Helen M. George, book- 
keepers. 



Leslie B. Disharoon of Lynn 
Cove Lane attended the general 
agents' advisory committee 
meeting at the Connecticut Mu- 
tual Life Insurance Company's 
home office In Hartford, Conn., 
at the beginning of this month. 
He heads the company's agency 
In Norfolk. 



Charles McMurdo, staff su- 
pervisor of C & P Telephone Co. 
of Virginia, spoke on "Statis- 
tical Sampling- -A Management 
Tool" at the third technical 
meeting for the 1967-68 chapter 
year of the Hampton Roads 
Chapter, National Association 
of Accountants on Wednesday 
of this week at the Holiday Inn 
on Tidfewater Drive in Norfolk. 



Officers will be elected at the 
Nov. 20 meeting of the Licensed 
Practical Nurse Association of 
Virginia, Inc., Area 18, accord- 
ing to Mrs. Mildred Swartzen- 
truber, secretary. The meeting 
will be at 8 p.m. In the Chesa- 
peake Public Health Civic Cen- 
ter on Cedar Road in Great 
Bridge. 



BAYSIDE BOROUGH-A new 
International Health Club aral 
Silhouette Figure-Form ^health 
resort" Is planned near the 
Pembroke Mall Shopping Center 
on Virginia Beach Boulevard. 

Harry L. Bartlett, president 
of International Health Spa, Inc., 
said the new health place will 
be similar to onenowonGranby 
Street at Wards Corner in Nor- 
folk. Robert H. Potter is vice 
president. 

A building already is under 
construction in a small shopping 
area west of Pembroke for the 
new business, which will feature 
a Roman, or Grecian type of 
whirlpool. 

Bartlett, who has operated 
the Silhouette Figure Form 
International business located 
in Norfolk since 1959, said the 
whirlpool is for relaxation. 
Charter memberships will be 
available soon for the separate 
clubs for men and women here. 

He said the tentative opening 
date is in late January of next 
year, and the "health resort" 
will be open three days each 
week for women, and three 
different days each week for 
men. 

Bartlett said he plans to put 
a trailer on the site soon to sell 
charter memberships. 



The "Spa" app' , i "i *■- *"■- 
ness, health and tir'^utv 13 u 
rejuvenate men of ai' j ■ -- '''''■-'■ 
like the Romans '' ■-i! ^l•; 
natural therapy ' r J"'-' 

heat, according to ' ,■ i iture :>'.■ 
the "Spa" whiflpf ' . 



Some prominent physioianf. 
say that physical activity is just 
as necessary to life as food, air 
and water, and exercise- through 
life is the best formula for 
avoiding a heart attack. 



Skating Party 
Set for Monday 



Tidewater Youth for Christ 
will hold its monthly skating 
party at Plaza Roller Rink on 
Monday Nov. 20 from 7 until 10 
p.m. ^ 



Plaza Roller Rink is located 
on South Lynnhaven Road, The 
skating party is open to the 
public and aJl members of 
Tidewater Youth for Christ, For 
further information call Plaza 
Roller Rink at 340-7190 or 
Tidewater Youth for Christ at 
428-2582. i 



The Virginia Beach public 
school systemthas^ined such 
national prominence for innova- 
tions in the field of electrical 
beating and air conditioning that 
a potQ) from the Little Rock and 
Hot Springs, Ark. areas came 
iicre to look at the school build- 
iafi. 

"We are planning to build an 
all-electrical school in Arkan- 
sas," said Lee Cassldy.Super- 
iotendent of Schools in Magnet 
Cove, Ark., a medium-sized 
community in the central part 
of that state. 

"There are very 
few schools in Arkansas that 
DOW evOT heat by electricity," 
be said. 

Cassidy, armed with a camera 
and a searching eye, joined 
Scltool Board members from 
bis area, c<M)sulUng engineers, 
architects, and representatives 
from Arkansas Power and Light 
Con^pany in making a whirUInd 
torn (tfsome of Virginia Beach's 
newest school buildings. 

The group arrived b)' plane 
one afternoon and left the next. 
While bate, they attended a 
dinner and a luncheon in their 
booor; visited First Colonial, 
Frank W. Cox and Bayside High 
Schools and Holland and Hermi- 
tage elementary schools, and 
toured various .boroughs in the 
dty to admire the scenery. 

Althoi^ tto visiting digni- 
taries were basically Interested 
in school lighting, heating, air 
conditioning and architecture, 
they found time to learn about 
ttie iMtrudloQal programs. 

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It was pointed out to them by 
E.E. Brlckell, assistant super- 
intendent of Virginia Beach 
public schools, that our schools 
are built to "fit the construction 
to the Instruction." Brlckell 
addressed the visitors at a 
dinner. He also accompanied 
them on their tour, as did 
Supt. Frat>k W. Cox, M. P. 
Strickler, and other officials of 
Virginia Beach public schools. 

Cassidy said: "lam impress- 
ed with die progress here. The 
school administration is meet- 
ing the problems, especially the 
rapid growth prc^Iem, forth- 
righUy." 

The trip was arranged by 
Virginia Electric and Power 



Company in cooperation with 
Arkansas Power and Light. 

Bob Brennan, a local Vepco 
official, was with the group to 
explain all of the technological 
advances in Virginia Beach 
public school electrical sys- 
tems. He explained the tnojcup 
Oie schools tuive for educatlonai 
television. 

Cox told the group that he was 
delighted with their visit and 
that he was happy they could 
see first-band the quality of the 
school buildings and instruc- 
tional bcliitles built at such low 
cost. "Your visit is a compll- 
ment to the school system," 
he told the visitors from Ark- 
ansas. 




BusebalU 
Robinson 
At Ft. Story 



FT. STORY— BroQks R(*in- 
son, former St. Louis Browns 
football star now with the Bal- 
timore Orioles, was scheduled 
to take a ride on an Army 
LARC amiWbian vehicle at Ft. 
Story here today. 

A spokesman for the Army's 
transport^on terminal at Cape 
Henry said Robinson, an ace 
third baseman, has spent all 
or part of the last thirteen 
bueball seasons with the Or- 
iolM, known as the Browns be- 
fore ttiey left St. Louis. 



He was scheduled to arrive 
lyy plane shortly before no(» 
to<by, take a ride on a LARC 
jBid ^ve a telk ^wut sports to 
tte Army trooi» at the Post 
QlMiter. Col. Thomas D. Em- 
ffj^ post commander, was to 
ilelcome RoMnson. » 



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Everyone knows there are many ways to employ 
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preference to some other avenue of investment. 
The answer is flexibility ... and simplicity! 



Let's examine the many advantages of the passbook account. 




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l.With passbook savings you add or with- 
draw funds as you please. . .earnings may 
be retained in the account to compound. 

2. The money in your account is free from 
speculative risk and the unpredictable 
ups and downs of the stock market. 

3. You always know your balance at a glance 
. and can easily tabulate whatyour savings 

have earned . . . or the sum needed to com- 
plete your goal. 

4. No huge minimum balance is required to 
qualify for the generous rate we pay on 
passbook savings. 



5. There are no unusual restrictions to cause 
you inconvenience upon withdrawal. 

6. You need not lock up savings for an ex- 
tended period of time to earn a good rate 
of return. 

/.There is no certificate requiring safe- 
keeping. 

8. Passbook savings earn our current rate; 
whereas many certificates of deposit pay 
you less than the advertised yield if you 
redeem them prior to the term stated on 
the certificate. 



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Mrs. Warren Hull and Mrs. Robert Perrie 
^?chat before boarding a bus at Princess 
'Anne Country Club. 





CMIOE 

COLUMN 




By Carolyn McAllen 



Hustle Your Bustle 
And Clean the Closets 

There's an old saying that you shouldn't throw anything away 
because it may come in handy sometime. I'm about convinced 
this is true with women's fashions. 

I'm now getting compliments on a wide-collared suit I bought 
on sale in 1956. The only adjustment has been in the hem line. 

If 1 had just saved all the "chemise" dresses 1 had that were 
so popular in 1955 to 1957. They bore a remarlcable resemblance 
to today's "shifts." Unfortunately I didn't think thty would ever 
come back in style, so . . . 

Of course now almost anyone caii be in fashion just by taking 
up her hem a hi*'e. But what happenfra few years from now when 
hems drop? It's a lot easier to take them up without leaving a 
mark than to let them down—especially with the no press fabrics. 



What "new look" will the fashion d^si. :.( rs turnup with next:* 
Rumor has it that skirts will get even shorter. I suspect that's 
wishful thinking on the part of men. 

I wonder if they've considered reviving the bustle? They went 
over big at one time. And just think of the demand. That's one 
Item I bet very few women have stored in their attics. 

And mini-skirts aren't that different from "flapper" skirts 
from the 1920's. The flapper skirts also required colored and 
textured stockings. 

My leotards are in fashion again. Only trouble is that the 
elastic tias rotted out of the waist. They have been iqxlated, 
though. The new leotards are seaml^s so you don't have to walk 
on the seam down the middle of your foot. 



Which remincte me, why do the mesh '• 
U yov teve tbe same painful problem I i 
wderneatli. Ttey help considerably. 



*ivp mesh feef 
iring "footies" 



Now If tte Ml bftUerUtt skirts would just come back in style. 
Then I'd tmn kom ase for the starched petticoats I have stored 

In te I19 of ft dos^ t- 

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EvM Ma to9t ^e btdi. . . . 



Oyster Bow 
Has Its Day 




That was some game Saturday, ' 
we ALWAYS win! 



There was a long, long trail of buses 
winding from Princess Anne Country Club 
and Bay Hdrbor Club Saturday toward the 
Oyster Bowl game in Norfolk. 

The day was beautiful. The crowd was 
enthusiastic. . .tin all together perfect 
day for the Oyster Bowl. The only major 
problem was the women who had to make 
last minute wardrobe changes due to the 
unusually warm weather. 

Many of the footbal I fans were from out of 
town. The Oyster Bowl has become an 
annual trip to Virginia Beach for some of 
them. To add icing to the cake was the 
round of parties all the local clubs had 
following the game. 



Club Council A dopts Crepe Myrtle 



KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH- 
Plans for a spring flower show 
to be held at the Cavalier Cabana 
Club next March 9 to 11 were 
announced at the Noveml)er 
meeting of the Virginia Beach 
Council of Garden Clubs which 
met at Thalia Methodist Church. 

The theme of the show will 
be "A Thing of Beauty Is a Joy 
Forever," announced Mrs. M. 
J. Schwartz, flower show chair- 
man. 

The local CGCofficlally adopted 
the crepe myrtle as Its flower 
and will encourage each member 
garden club to plant 100 crepe 
myrtles a year along city 
property. Mrs. C.L.Hershber- 
ger, council president, sugges- 
ted that one crepe myrtle be 
planted for each club member 
too. 



'Norfolk has the Azalea Fes- 



tival. We must look toward tbe 
day when we can tiave a crepe 
myrtle festival," said Mrs. 
Hershberger. 

City work crews will plant 
the trees along city property 
after they are purchased. Mrs. 
E.A. Hoffmelster is chairman 
of the project. 

The council was planning 
to draw up a resolution to 
present to the City Council for 
the adoption of the crepe myrtle 
as the official city flower. 

City Manager W. Russell 
Hatchett spoke briefly at the 
meeting saying, "On behalf of 
the city, I want to thank you 
all. 

"Crepe Myrtles bloom when 
most of our visitors are here. 
1 must commend and compliment 
the garden clubs on the part 
they've played in the develop- 



ment of our city." 

Mrs. A.H. Culpepper, past 
council president, pointed out 
diat the garden clul)s have 
already planted Laskln Road, 
Oceana Boulevard and First 
Colonial Road with crepe myr- 
Ues. 

Joe Vlner of the Beautlflca- 
tion Commission also attended 
the meeting. 

Mrs. A.H. Gallagher, chair- 
man of the HANDS program, 
reported she had already sent 
the plans of 17 clubs to AUanta. 
She said the deadline for enter- 
ing next year tas been changed 
to May 31, 1968. 

Beautlflcation of the General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach has 
l)een held up temporarily 
because of new hospital con- 
struction, Mrs. G.L. Tilbrook, 
hospital beautlflcation chair- 
man, reported. 




Rehearsing one of the numbers for the seventh annual Virginia 
Beach-Princess Anne Junior Woman's Club Follies, this yearen- 
titled ''Calendar Capers/' are Kay Niegro, Pat Barteeand Diane 
Wyles. One act will feature a club member hanging by her feet 10 
feet in the air. The ''Capers" will be Nov. 17 and 18 at the Civic 
Center. Mrs. James C. Mounle is in charge of tickets. Proceeds 
will go to Camp Civitan and the heart unit at Kings Daughters 
Childrens Hospital. 




All set for the game Wearing a bi rthday present, a gray, wide- 
wale corduroy coat, was Mrs. Jerry C. South of Virginia Beach 
with some out of town Navy fans, Mrs. Gar nett Clark and Mrs. 
Theodore Torgerson of Annapolis, Md., and Mrs. Jerry South Jr. 
of Hampton. 





Mrs. Wallace gives William his prize. Other winners are, seated, 
Nancy and Kate. At left is Audrey with Robin Gilbert at right. 
Missing is Robin Patreck. 

Poetry Contest Draws 225 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH- 
Winners ifi the city libraries' 
first pofitry contest held in 
conjunction with Children's 
Book V/fi-k w4re named last 
week. 

First prizes, presented by 
Mrs, M.F. Wallace, president 
of the Bayside Junior Woman's 
Club, were poetry books. They 
were won by William Hensonfor 
the Windsor Woods branch, Kate 
Boykln for thp 22nd Street 
braxicli .;:.'! Nuicy D!;kinsr):.for 
the Bayside Library. 

Mrs. Margaret Beda, city 
librarian, gave poetry books to 
the second prize winners, who 
were Audrey Rales, Bayside; 
R<*ln Gilbert, 22wl Street, and 
Robin Pitrork, Wlndsnr Woods. 

Judges for the contest were 
Frank Collier, English teacher 
at Princess Anne High School, ' 
and Miss Mary S tailings, 
Princos Anne Ulvarlan. There 
were more than 22S entries 
from children In the first 



through the sixth grades. 
Winning poems were: 

"The Kind of Books" 

The kind of book that is exeiting 
The kind of book that is delight- 
ing 
That to me is a magic book 
The kind of book that makes me 
look. 

Tak*- off with books 

With magic books 

Take oH In a world of your own 

Take off In your ship without a 

sound 
Take off to the moon wlthale^ 

aixi abound 
Take off Into wonderful outer 

siace. 
.'. ti.ca Ijl 

wtole HUMAN hack: 

Kate Boykln 
"Travel lo BooUand" 
Go twf - Are away 



To the moon. 
Take off with books and 
You'll get there soon. 
Go back-way back 
Way back in time. 
Go to a mountain 
That you can climb. 
Go down -way down 
Under the sea. 
Take off with books 
And you'll be free. 



Hancy DIcklnwn 



"Take Off With Books" 

Take off with a twk, 
Don't be a schnook. 
Have a yearning for leamii^ 
G^ a b(xk\ 

You can stick It in your pocket, 
Or shoot it like a rocket! 
Can't find a rhyme for /w/? 
Don't let It trouble you. 
Cone (»! Take a trip 
Don't be a drip. 
Grtabook! 

William nmmm 



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Page 7 



Virginia Beach Sun 



Thursday, November 16, 1967 



Mary Gotwald 



Meet a Busy Woman 




Mrs. Gotwald sews when not cooking. 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH-- 
Preparattons for the Scott 
Memorial Methodist Church 
bazaar, scheduled Nov, 18, are 
uppermost in the mind and acti- 
vities of Mrs. Edward Gotwald, 
of S. Wolfsnare Drive. 

As if being in charge of the 
dinner was not enough, Mrs. 
Gotwald has been busy making 
jam and preserves, and sewing 
lampshades, little girls' dress- 
es, skirts and toys. She's also 
^working on permanent flower 
arrangements. 

At their bazaar last year, the 
church served more than 700 
dinners. They had the added 
handicap of having new kitchen 
equipment installed just the day 
before. This year's menu will 
feature a chicken salad cold 
plate for lunch and a choice of 
oysters, turkey and Smithfield 
ham (or supper, which also 
includes three vegetables and 
homemade rolls. 

"Kveryone in the church 
takes part in the bazaar," said 
Mrs. Gotwald. "It really creates 
fellowship.' 

She said the men have been 
especially busy making wood 
items for the Williamsburg 
Stop. Among items to be fea- 
tured will be candle plaques, 
doll cradles and cribs, chopping 
blocks, spoon racks and letter 
holders. 

Mrs. Gotwald was recom- 
mended by her fellow church 
members as being a good cook. 
Following are three recipes she 
selected to share with the 
pubUc. 



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TURKEY VEGETABLE TOSS 

1 1/2 C. diced turkey 

1 C. QDoked drained peas 

(canned or frozen) 
1 C. coarsely diced celery 
3 fifd cooked eggs sliced 
1/2 C. quartered olives 
1 C. cooked seasbell mac- 
aroni 
1/2 C. salad dressii^ 




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3 tsp. lemon juice (more if 
tartness is desired) 
salt & pepper 
dash of thyme 

Combine turkey, vegetables, 
egg slices, olives and macaroni 
in large bowl. Blend salad 
dressing with lemon juice and 
seasonings. Drizzle dressing 
over salad ingredients and toss 
lightly. Chill thoroughly and 
serve on l)ed of lettuce. 

1/ 
(1-6 oz. can white tuna may 

be substituted for turkey.) , 
RUM BALLS 

1 C. pecans cut fine 

1 tsp. cocoa 

3 jiggers rum 

2 Tbsp. corn syrup 

1 lb. vanilla wafers crushed 
fine 

Mix all well In large bowl. 
Form into small balls and roll 
in confectioners sugar. Store in 
refrigerator 3 days before 
serving. 

eiiOCjOLATE POUND CAKE 

1/2 C. Crisco 

1/2 lb. butter or margarine 
(2 sticks) 

3 C. white sugar 

3 C. sifted flour 
1/2 C. cocoa 
1/2 tsp. salt 



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1 tsp. vanilla (2 tsp. if more 
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Cream shortening with sugar, 
add one egg at the time beating 
well. Add flour, beat well. Add 
cocoa, beat well. Combine milk 
and baking powder, add to mix- 
ture and beat well. Finally add 
salt and vanilla and continue 
beating until smooth and crea- 
my. Bake In 10 inch tube pan at 
325-35(y° for one hour and 15 
minutes— or until test shows it 
is done. Cool one hour before 
removing from pan. Delicious 
plain or frosted. Lemon butter 
frosting is especially good. 



Club Welcomes 
New Members 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH-A 
dozen new members were wel- 
comed into the Woman's Club 
of Chesapeake Beach at their 
meeting Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 
the Ocean Hearth. 

New members, introduced by 
Mrs. M.G. Roper, membership 
chairman, are Mrs. A.J. Di- 
Vito, Mrs. G.A. DeLaney, Mrs. 
L.E. VanNieuwenhuise, Mrs. E. 
R. Feldt, Mrs. J.C. Pace, Mrs. 
R.J. Waterfield, Mrs.J.F.Bog- 
danski, Mrs. R.L. Breeden, 
Mrs. N.S. Chase, Mrs. A.J. 
Given, Mrs. F.J. Hart, and 
Mrs. L.W. Wilgus. 

Following the luncheon, Mrs. 
J.H. Harrell, elementary su- 
pervisor, spoke on kindergar- 
tens. 

Miss Deborah Stone, the 
club's delegate to Girls State, 
gave a report on her trip, and 
Mrs. G.A. Aycock reported on 
the Fall Conference. 



Brickell to Speak 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH--E. 
E. Brickell, assistant superin- 
tendent of schools for Virginia 
Beach, will speak to members 
of Delta Kappa Gamma, educa- 
tion society, at its .meeting at 
11:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 18, 
at the White Heron. 




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Mrs. Nancy (James E.) Wicks passes refreshments at the annual 
tea given by Cavalier Junior Woman's Club at ohe of the public 
schools during National Education Week last week. This year it 
was atThalia Elementary. Miss Gay Whitlock and Mrs. Mildred 
Mears are teachers, and Mrs. Lee (Harry) Engle was chairman 
of the tea. Mrs. A n n (Donald N.) Hamilton is chairman of the 
education committee. 

Students, Bosses Have Lunch 



Sixteen Vocational Office 
Training students from First 
Colonial High School shared a 
student-employer luncheon with 
their new "bosses" at the 
Thunderbird Motel last Thurs- 
day. 

Each employer briefly des- 
cribed the job for which his or 
her student is responsible. Mrs. 
Alice Saunders is VOT teacher- 
coordinator at First Colonial 
High School. Norman Fields, 
assistant principal, gave the 
welcome. 

Under the VOT program, 
students attend classes half a 
day, then work under regular 
office conditions for half a day. 

Students and their employers 
who attended the luncheon were; 
Barbara BantonandEarlWiUis, 
administrator of the General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach; 
Janice Barnard and Mrs. Fran- 
ces Brown, EOC, STOP and 
Seatack Community C T, 
"Arm 11 eta Capps and u> i„e 
Wilson, personnel director of 
United Mortgagee; Paula Cook- 
son and Norman J. Zwahlen, 



CPA with Brock and Beasley; 
Anne Dixon and Dr. Ronald K. 
Michelson; Shirley Dowdy and 
Dr. Robert T. Mosby Jr. 

Also Sheri Kimnach and J.A. 
Ingram, secretary of Kimnach 
Ford; Susan Link and John 
Collins, pharmacist at the 
General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach; Diane McChesney and 
Thomas C. Broyles, attorney 
with Brydges, Broyles & Mc- 
Kenry; Linda Rimmele and 
Charles E. Upton of the city 



treasurer's office; Diane Step- 
henson and Dr. L. B. Gore; 
Martha Wright and Mrs. Mar- 
garet Eraser, librarian at 
First Colonial; Vicki Viles and 
Mrs. Mildred McClanan, owner 
of Atlantic Cleaners; Linda 
Middaugh and Mrs. Rosalie 
Gillan, part owner of the Cherry 
Motel; Debbie Murden and 
Harold Allen with the Associa- 
tion of Enlightenment and 
Research, and Cathy Harrell 
and Miss Shirley Jacobs, guid- 
ance director at First Colonial. 



BPW Club Honors NATO Countries 



The Tidewater Business and 
Professional Women's Club of 
Norfolk and Vicinity will hold 
its Fourth Biennial Internat- 
ional Banquet honoring NATO 
this Saturday, Nov. 18, in the 
Golden Triangle Ballroom. 



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Guest speaker will be Vice 
Adm. David G. Clutterbuck, Ro- 
yal Navy. 

All the NATO Nationals and 
their wives will attend. Din- 
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ceded by a social hour begin- 
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Hold on to your hats! It's no 
longer in the future - it's here. 
Women have been freed to live 
a more fruitful and active life. 
Her clothes have naturally taken 
the same trend. Her heels are 
low, her skirt lengths are high. 
She is ready for the action. 

On my visit to Florence 
Wilson's Inc., I found the colour 
is grey. . .the trend is the 
co-ordinated coat and dress for 
street, cocktails and formal 
wear. 

The accent is the jewelled 
neckline, the cut is high lined, 
definite new fullness flowing 
from the youthful bodice. The 
coat follows the same contour of 
the dress -only accentuated. 
Fabrics are everything from 
crease resistant bengaline to 
soft clinging wool and silk 
crepes. If I wrote about nothing 
else but these ensembles I could 
never completely capture for 
you the unusual beauty of them. 
You will have to see them for 
yourself. If you are planning 
festive holidays then by all 



Books Are 
On Display 



PR. ANNE BpROUGH-The 
17th annual "Books on Exhibit" 
display is going on this week 
at the Media Center next to 
Court House Elementary School 
on N. Landing Road. 

The display is for librarians, 
teachers, administrators and 
parents and is open from 9 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. through Friday ,Nov.l7. 



means do so. 

Geoffrey Beene and Teal 
Traina have designed scarves 
guaranteed to create a different 
look and pep up any dress. The 
designs and colors are so very 
new and bright. These scarves 
would make a perfect Christmas 

gift. 

Other Christmas suggestions 
at Florence Wilson's include 
perfumed matches which are 
cute enough for a powder room 
or bread and butter presents. 
There are a variety of pin 
cushions -divine for dressing 
table or bureau ornament. For 
children there are silver Hdmp- 
ty Dumpty, owl, and clown 
banks. 

Pantsuits are becoming very 
popular. . .you can pick a 
pantsuit, if Its A THIS YEAR 
PANTSUIT. . .the jacket longer 
and hacking-shaped . . .or with 
a trenchcoat that wraps and 
ties. . .or a mini-coat like a 
tunic, over the pants. Of course 
if you are tlUnking about a 
pantsuit please remember ever- 
yone does not have the fipre 
for them. To me, anyone who 
does not have a slender figure 
whether she is tall or short 
should never wear a pantsuit. 
In buying this outfit be sure the 
pants are very low on the foot 
for outdoors. 

The shift has definitely taken 
on a different look with new 
chain belts. This style belt has 
become a necessary part to 
shifts. 1 am sure the men will 
^predate the fact that the shift 
has added the belt. Most men 
felt that the shift added nothing 
to the woman's shape. lam sure 
it did not but man were they 
comfortable. 



Exciting 

Selections 

in the 

New 
Costume 

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Storeos, 
Drums... 



DRESSED FOR DINNER 

Now, Thar^ksgiving entertaining is as much 
fun for the hostess as it is for the guests, 
with Hallmark matching party accessories and 
home decorations. This charming pilgrim 
couple looks over a special table set with 
matching plates, cups, napkins, all the party 
accessories. Make the holidays more of a 
holiday — no one needs to wash dishes 
this Thanksgiving day. 






and oil 

musical 
instruments. 




Temple of Music I ^jR^ 

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Thursday, November 16, 1967 



Virginia Beach Sun 



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Halbween Party Becomes Bazaar 




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Getting down the dishes for Saturday s 
bazaar are Mrs. J.A.Richardson and Mrs. 
Drew. Featured on the menu will be oy- 
sters roasted by the men while the ladies 
handle the inside cooking. Even the teen- 
agers in the church will be helping. 



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BAYSIDE BOROUGH—What 
began more than 30 years ago 
as a Halloween party soon 
blossomed into a full-fledged 
bazaar for Old Donation Epis- 
copal Church on N. Witchduck 
Road. 

This year's annual oystpr 
roast and bazaar will be on 
Saturday, Nov. 18 with booths 
opening at 11 a.m. Lunch at 12 
will feature oysters roasted and 
raw, Smithfield ham sandwich- 
es, apple pit and coffee. 

Booths will include pickles 
and preserves, baked goods (no 
mixes used), dried plants and 
flowers, vegetables from neigh- 
boring farms, needlework, 
handiwork and Christmas items 
including wreaths and decora- 
tions. 

Mrs. Henry A. Hedley, chair- 
man oftheWomen of the Church, 
is general chairman; Mrs. 
Donald W. Drew is luncheon 
chairman and Mrs. W. Nagel is 
bazaar chairman. 

Thanksgiving 
Connes Early 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH—The 
Ocean Park Woman's Club 
changed the date of Thanksgiving 
—at least for themselves. 

Their Thanksgiving luncheon 
was served at the clubhouse on 
Nov. 8. Their thanks took the 
form of gifts for Eastern State 
Hospital patients. This was the 
idea of Mrs. Joe Hiller, welfare 
chairman. 

Gratitude took form in another 
way also by the sale of baskets, 
rugs and other articles made by 
the blind veterans in Kecougbton 
Hospital. This sale is held each 
November so the veterans will 
have the proceeds in time for 
Christmas shopping. Mrs. 
Calvin Davis was luncheon 
chairman. 





A number of members of the Amphibious Force Officers' Wives 
Club received pinsata Nov. 8 luncheon in recognition of the hours 
they served wrth Navy Relief. R. Adm. David F. Welch, Comman- 
der Amphibious Training Com mand, Atlantic, presented the awards. 
Seated are Mrs. J.H. Litchfield, 2,500 hours; Mrs. Loyd M. Mus- 
tin; Admiral Welch; Mrs. C.K. Duncan, 600 hours, and Mrs. J.H. 
Landers, 2,500 hours. Standing are Mrs. D.R. Barker, 600 hours; 
ivirs. R.M. Rhodes, 100 hours; Mrs. R.A. Hopper, 100 hours; Mrs. 
N.C. Sandifer, 100 hours; Mrs. S.Q« Cooper, 1,000 hours; Mrs. K. 
C. Kingsbury, 100 hours, and Mrs. E.H. Mackel, 100 hours. 



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where she was Colonial Ball 
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Miss Eleanor e Carole Shelton 
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students named to Who's Who 
Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges. 



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Miss Merle Page Preston, 
dau^ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. 
Page Preston of Linkborn 
Drive, has been selected as the 
one freshman attendant to the 
Homecoming Queen at the Col- 
lege of William and Mary. 

Her parents plan to attend the 
Homecoming ceremonies Nov. 
18 at the college. 

Miss Preston is a graduate 



Three Virginia Beach stud«its 
at Virginia Wesleyan College 
are meml>ers of the College 
Glee Club, which is under the 
direction of Richard E. Barnes. 
They are Susan Gracey of Boush 
Quarter, Gail Sedel of Curlew 
Drive and Delores Thimides of 
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Miss Catharine D. Meredith, 
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Meredith of Southside Road, has 
the female lead in the play, 
"Idiot's Delight" which opens 
Nov. 16 and runs through Nov. 
18 at Madison College in 
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Four NAS Oceana offlcert' 
wives are busy preparing for 
both a reunion with their hus- 
bands and holiday In Europe. 

Mrs. Alexander R. Burt 
leaves Tidewater today, Nov. 
16, for Malta, where she will 
join her huband, Cdr. Bart, when 
his ship, the UjS. aircraft car- 
rier FDR, docks ttiere tomor- 
row. 

The Burts will be sq>arated 
for a week at the end <tf Novem- 
ber while Cdr. Bart sails to 
Marseilles with the FDR and 
Mrs. Burt travels oTerland on 
the Ural Railroad to the French 
port. They will meet at Mar- 
seilles on Dec. 4. 

Four (toys later, Cdr. Hunt- 
ington Hardlsty will relleveCdr. 
Burt of command of the VF-3Z 

En listed Wives 
Announce 

Plans 

Dam Neck Navy Wives Clidis 
of America *20? will honor Mrs. 
Edward Rissell, past national 
president, by presenting her 
with a life time merobershq? 
today^ Nov. 16 at 10 a.m. In the 
Special Services Building, Dam 
Neck. 

Mrs. Russell served as NWC A 
National President from Octo- 
ber 1963 thru Oct(^r 1965 and 
was able to guide the organisa- 
tion to many gains. She lives In 
Virginia Beach. 

Following the presentation, 
members and guests will have 
a white elephant bingo with 
refreshments served hjr Mrs. 
Edward Plyler, president, and 
Mrs. John Beard, vice-presi- 
dent. 

Priiicess Anne NWC A «143 
was to have a short business 
meeting followed by a wrapped 
white elephant sale today, Nov. 
16 at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, 
NAS Oceana. Contact Mrs. Carl 
Plavidal, president, for trsfll- 
portation or informatido. 

Davis-Ellis NWCA »241 of 
Little Creek Amphibious Base 
held their regular noothly 
business meeting oa Nov. 14tlu 
Members are making prepara- 
tions to smd boxes to our 
servicemen st^ioned in Viet 
Nam. Mrs. James Benson may 
be contacted for more informa- 
tion aboi4 this club. 

How about dessert oo the 
Princess Anne #143 or Dam 
Neck #207 groiqis? Both clubs 
win be holding tase sales 
aboard their respective bases 
on Nov. 17. 




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squadron at Marseilles. After 
ttie change of command, the 
Burts will tour Barcelona, 
Parma and Paris before flying 
bome to Virginia for Cbristmaa 
with their three dau^ters. 

Mrs. James F. Van Namee 
and Mrs. John E. Clark, whose 
husbands are VF-32 pilots, fly 
to Nice Dec. 21 and will Jobt 
their husbands at Cannes, where 
the FDR will be docked for 
Christmas.Mrs. VanNamea 
wUl remain in France, until the 
FDR's nine-months' cruise 
ends in the spring. 

In January, Mrs. Donald L. 
McCrory, wife of anotter VF-32 
pilot, will fly to France to join 
her husband. 

According to Mrs. Burt, a 
new policy of the FDR allows^ 
per cent .of the officers (six 
men) anf enlisted men (40) to ' 
return home for 10 to 13 day's ' 
Christmas leave. 

Mrs. Hardisty, whose hus- 
band is now executive officer of' 
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fbr Mrs. Burt Saturday nigbt at 
the Hardlsty's Ashley Drive' 
home in Alanton. 

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The fourth annual Intruder 
Ball wUl be held Dec. 14 at 
Oceana's Officers' Club,begiiw 
nlng at 7 p.m. All officers and . 
ttieir wives who are involved 
with the jet attack plane A-4 
bitruder will be guests at the 
baU. 

Mrs. Arthur Barrie, wife (rf 
the commander of the VA-42 
training squadron, and other 
VA-42 wives are in charge of 
the party. 

The fbrmal dinner-dance will 
occupy all the rooms of the 
Officers' Club. Each room will 
be decorated on a Christmas 
theme, usii% primarily greeo 
and gold, t>y one of the four 
attack plane squadrons at 
Oceana. 

• *o««**o*oo 

' VA-42 sqtiKlron held a dlmer- 
dance ^% 3 at the Oceana 
Officers' Club to say farewell to 
three families leaving tte 
squadron: the Don Lenardis,tl>e 
Pat Burkes and the John Bells. 
Each hudand was presented 
with a squadron plaque and a 
beer mug. 

At a Itmcbeon, Nov. t, at the 
White Heron Motel, VA-42 wive* 
presented Mrs. Lenardi and 
Mrs. Burke with silver water 
pitchers, and Mrs. Bell with a 
stiver cake plate. 

Hostesses for the lutcheon 
were Mrs. Dale Purdy, Mrs. 
Gerald Beisel, Mrs. James 
Dabson and Mrs. William Ed- 
wards. 

AT LITTLE CREEK ' 

The Amphibious Force Olfl- ' 
cers' Wives Club will sponsor 
a silver sale tomorrow, Nov. 
17, at the UtUe Creek Officers' 
Clid>from 11 a.m. to9p.m.The' 
sale will be presented by the' 
G. b W. BrcAerage Co. witb' 
selection of silver and wood' 
articles oo sale. Coffee wiU be 
served and door prises awarded. 

Officers, wives and their' 
guests are Invited. 

LUNCHEONS 

There were luncheons yester- ■ 
day for both the Guided Missile 
School Officers' Wives Club at* 
Dam Neck and the Oceana QSH^-- 
cers' Wives Club. 

The Dam Neck lunche<»i, it, 
the Ocean Hearth Restaurai^' 
featured a baker from ttieGlaot^ 
Open Air Markrt at Portsm<Hi%' 
who instnu:ted the wives ia 
cake-decorating. 

WivM attending tte luncheon 
at the OcMna Officers' Chit 
were shown a cosmetic demoo-' 
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Thursday, November 16, 1967 



Virginia Beach Sun 



Page 9 



Tax Uvy 
On Boats 
is$29,m 

PR. ANNE BOROUGH-There 
is money in boats in Virginia 
Beach, and there are plenty of 
tb^, according to city govern- 
ment tax records. 

The number otboats assessed 
for taxes ttiis year in Virginia 
Beach is 2,865, and most of 
them are registered in the six 
borcMii^ which were in former 
Princess Anne County. 

Only 132 were in the Beach 
Borough, according to officials. 
The other 2,733 were assessed 
in Lynnbaven, Bayside, Kemps- 
viUe, Princess Anne, Blackwa- 
ter ud Pungo borough. 



City taxes levied on theboats 
totaled $1,293 in the Beach 
Borough, and $28,087 in the 
others, an overall total of 
$29,380. 



Revenue Commissioner Ivan 
D. Mapp said men in his office 
found some boats in the city 
which were not registered with 
the state government The 
deadline for payment of personal 
property taxes on the boats is 
Dec 5, same deadline as for 
paymeitf of 1967 real estate 
taxes and city government taxes 
on automobiles. 

City Council recently increas- 
ed the assessment ratio on boats 
from 10 to 20 per cent for tax 
purposes. The^tax rate remains 
at $6 per $100 of assessed value. 



The number of boats in the 
Beach Borough area is expect- 
ed to Increase when the con- 
struction of jetties under way 
at Rudee Inlet is completed next 
spring. 

The city government and 
Rudee Inlet Authority are de- 
velc^ng the inlet area as a 
sports fishing center. 

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Mrs. Sue Harlan Hoppel of 
Shenvalee Drive is taking reser- 
vations for the 15-year reunion 
of the Norview High School class 
of 1952. 

The reunion will be held from 
7:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Satur- 
day, Nov. 18 at the Lafayette 
Yacht and Country Club inNor- 
folk. 



located on the common boun- 
dary between Virginia Beach 
and Chesapeake. Douglas F. 
Crowley is scoutmaster. 



Thalia Lynn Baptist Church 
recently welcomed the following 
new church members: Mr. and 
Mrs, Edward English, Mr. and 
Mrs. Peter Winters, Sr., and 
children; Mary Ellen Ballance, 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Thomp- 
son and Mrs. Irma Thompson; 
Cmdr. and Mrs. Claude B. 
Marshall and children; Mr. and 
Mrs. Jack Beasley; Miss Nancy 
Robinson; Mrs. Byrtle Newman 
So ho maker; Mrs. Meatrice 
Jones; Mr. and Mrs. R. Glenn 
Johnson Jr. and children, and 
Mrs. C.H. Whitehurst. 

The Rev. Mr. Junius E. 
Foster, Jr., is pastor; Carlton 
E. Winters is minister of edu- 
cation; Patrick H. Tunstall is 
organist; and Mrs. Zonie Plem- 
mons is secretary at Thalia 
Lynn. 



There were some sad, and some happy faces as Barbara R. Leitman (left in photo) called out the name of 
the last prize winner near the close of the Auto Show at Pembroke Mall last weekend. (Photo by C. Phelps) 



The Exchange Club of Nor- 
folk next February will become 
the new sponsor of Scout Troop 
No. 454, which held its Court 
of Honor on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 
at St. Brides Episcopal Church, 



Elizabeth River Shores^ 
Garden Club wUl have Its annaal 
Christmas baxaar Nov. 17 and 
18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 
318 S. CrestUne Dr. in Elizabeth 
River Shores. 

The November meeting of the 
garden club was held Nov. 9 
at the home of Mrs. R. 0. 
Cooper. Mrs. R. P. Richardson 
was co-hostess. Blue ribbons 
were won by Mrs. R. E.Scruggs, 
Mrs. R. W. Frugard, Mrs. J. 
C. Holland and Mrs. C. N. 
Hudgins. __^^_^^^^^,.^„.__^^ 

Aragona Boptist 
To Have Revival 



Aragona Baptist Church will 
have revival services nightly 
at 7:45 p.m. from Nov. 19 to 
Nov. 26 at Louise Luxford 
Elementary School on Haygood 
Road. The Rev. Horace A. 
Culpei^r is pastor. 

The Rev, J. Wesley Shipp, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. A.W. 
Shipp of Bellamy Manor In 
Kemps ville Borough, wiUbethe 
evangelist. He is pastor of 
Smyrna Baptist Church in Rock 
CasUe, V. 



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'Midnight Mystery' Is Lecture Subject 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH- 
"Dreams—Your Midnight My- 
stery" is the topic for a lecture 
to be presented at the Sunday 
Forum at 3:30 p.m. November 



19 at the Association for Re- 
search and Enlightenment bead- 
quarters (A,R.E.) at 67thStreet 
and Atlantic Avenue. 
Fred Lathers of Newport 



News, an engineer wiUi the 
Newport News Ship BuQdlng and 
Dry Dock Company, will be the 
lecturer, according to a spokes- 
man for the A.R.E. Lathers is 



a graduate of North Carolina 
State College. 

Lathers lives in Newport 
News, the A.R.E. spokesman 
said. 



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BAYSIDE B(»OUGH-A man 
wltti 44 years (rf teaching exper- 
ience, E.E. Cox, Mys ite has 
"leaned never to give up oo a 
boy" vtio needs be^. 

Cox has Just been named as 
"Virginia Beach Teacher (tf the 
Year" for the 1967-68 scbod 
year. Hla naine will be miwtltted 
for Oie statewide contest. Mrs. 
Ama Margaret Rhodes of Vir- 
ginia Beach won in state com- 
petition last year. 

Cox has been chairman of the 
social studies department at 
Princess Anne High School here 
since 1954. Besides tea(^Ing 
three hi^ry classes a day, he 
helps in the guictence departmrat 
and is sponror of the Student 
Council and tte Student Cocyer- 
ative Association. 

His comparatively jwiMif^ 
spirit belies his age. At 68, he 
is UUdng about retiring in two 
years and "doing a little wri- 
ting." 

He has taugU In Virginia 
Beach 18 years. Before that he 
taugltt in Augusta County, Va. 
for 18 years. 

A native of Henry Couirty, Va., 
he became prlnc^MU of a three- 
room sdiool wb«t he was 19, so 
he could earn mMiey to r^um 
to tiM CoUege of William and 
Mary. 

Of teenagers today, he com- 
meirted: "They're a Utile more 
sophistic^ed and precocious 
than before, but there's not 
re^ly much change. Toctey's 
youngsters are exposed to more 
of Qie world sooner." 

"The qjuaUties tiiat make for 
good moral ^aUUty aad char- 
acter are ■ttUttwre," be added. 

"Boys lad Mf todurwantto « 
t* a part of tti totation of the 
liriow sltoat^xit into which 
tl^ are ttiro«B»not tbe lat^ 
* 1«B," C6« aaid. "All tfcey need 
t^ uUlimte fulfillment is 
■Mieone wl» retUy cares." 

fCox hac a 16-year-old son 
#D is a Hik sdio^^or.Poe 
« year*, tiw local ta^sliw of 
tie year WW t regolar supply 
iwtor In Oe Meltotfit dnr^ 
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regular minister for three 
years. 

Cox also has taught CoUege 
of WUliam and Mary eidension 
courses in this area. 

He describes a good teacher 
as "one who has an interest in 
the student as such. A good 
teacher has the ability to bring 
out the finest." 



Miss Louise Luxford, direc- 
tor of personnel for Virginia 
Beach public schools, was 
chairman of the committee th^ 
selected Cox. Other committee 
members were Mrs. Grace 
Harrell, elementary supervis- 
or; Phillip E. Meekins, assist- 
ant director of personnel, and 
Frank Taylor, secowiary super- 
visor. 



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Scries E Bond of die same or larger denomi- 
nation, as a "package." 

Sifn ap 

Tell your supervisor or the Payroll Depart- 
ment where you work (or any officer wh«e 
you baiUc) thyat you'd like to join a Bond pur- 
chase plan.' Decide how mtuii you'll save . . . 
whether you want Freedom Siares as well as 
Bonds . . . and just sign the authorization card. 



The V.S. G0vtmmtnt dot —t yy for Ai$ mhtrtimmmU. It fc prt t tntai ^ a pmbHa 
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Virginia Beach Sun 



Thursday, November 16, 1967 




Barbara (Bobbie) Chuilli, reigning Miss Virginia Beach, rehear- 
ses wi<h Lt. (jg) Michael S. Stroup of the Naval Amphibious Base 
here foK the Virginia Beach Little Theater's production of 'Five 
Finger Exercise," which will open Dec. I at the Courtyard Play- 
house on Virginia Beach Boulevard. Admission will be $2.50, ex- 
cept for $1.25 for students and servicemen. For reservations call 
428-8500. 



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Golden Age 
Club Has 
Dinner 



More than 150 'persons att- 
ended the annual Fellowship 
Dinner of the Golden Age Club 
No, 1 when it was held Nov.l 
at Seatack Elementary School. 



Mrs. Cherry Sawyer, presi- 
dent of the group, spoke. Plans 
are being made for a Christmas 
party. 




Shortages 

Hurt 

Builders 

Most homebullders believe 
maiywwer is the most import- 
ant factor in the formula for 
home building, according to L. 
A. Sandlio, president of the 
Tidewater Association of Home 
Builders. 

Sancilio, who along with other 
1968 TAHB officers will be 
Installed by U.S. Rep. Thomas 
N. Downing on Friday of this 
week at the Lafayette Yacht 
Club, said "materials" and 
"money" also are correct 
answers to the question of what 
is the most important factor in 
home building. 

"Whereas manufacturers are 
producing plenty of Iniilding 
materials and most mortgage 
lenders now have funds for 
financlngnew home purchases," 
he said, "the nation's supply of 
such skilled craftsmen as car- 
penters drops lower and lower 
with each passing year." 

He said the National Associa- 
tion ofHome Builders, and other 
private groups as well as 
government, have been having 
conferences on the growing 
shortage of manpower for con- 
struction. 

He said in a news release to 
the VIRGINIA BEACH SUN that 
most of the builders "have 
reached the same conclusion on 
the major cause of the shortage: 
Building craftsmen continue to 
retire from active work at the 
usual rate, but young men are 
not replacing them in the num- 
bers they formerly did." 

Sancilio said the home build- 
ing industry offers young Amer- 
icans, with an aptitude for 
handling tools, some of the 
best-paying and most time- 
honored job opportunities avail-' 
able. He said the TAHB office 
and meml)ers of the association 
can tell interested young people 
about careers in the industry. 



Harvie Archer Clopton of 
Prestwould Apts. died Oct. 31, 
1967, at a hospital. He is sur- 
vived by his wife, Mrs. Sally 
H. Clopton of Richmond and 
Virginia Beach. 



ications in time of disasters, 
according to George Hart, of the 
American Radio Relay league, a 
United States and Canadian 
association of radio amateurs. 



Flomes Delay 
Fire Council 



'.V!"iam M. Holland of Med- 
iterranean Avenue has been 
selected to lead an organization 
of Virginia Beach amateur radio 
operators prepared to furnish 
organized emergency commun- 



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Dual carburetor 11. Dual bra- 
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The annual Christmas tea 
given by the Linkhorn Park Club 
wiU be held from 3 to 5 p.m. 
Dec. 1 at the home of Mrs. 
Major Pardue on N. Pinewood 
Drive. 

Mrs. E.A. Hoffmeister spoke 
at the October luncheon meeting 
of the club, held at the Capes 
Beach andCabanaClub. She also 
judged the flower arrangements. 
Blue ribtnns were awarded to 
Mrs. Jesse Drew, Mrs. Les 
Lam and Mrs. Pardue. 



The regular monthly meeting 
of the Virginia Beach Fire 
Council, held last Monday night 
at the Davis Corner Volunteer 
Fire Station, was temporarily 
interrupted as men rushed 
equipment out of the station to 
answer a call to an automobile 
fire. 

Council president Ivan D. 

Maw s^<l ^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^ 
time in the Council's 20-year 
history that an alarm was 
sounded in the station where the 
Fire Council was meeting. 



Va.Wesleyan 
NamesDorms 



The board of trustees at 
Virginia Wesleyan CoUege, lo- 
cated at the Virginia Beach and 
City of Norfolk boundary line in 
Bayside Borough, has voted to 
name two women's dormitories 
for members of two prominent 
Norfolk families. 

One of the dormitories will be 
named Louise Eggleston Hall, 
and the other will be named 
Margarette Hanes Old Hall. 

Mrs. Eggleston, an outstand- 



ing church leader, has served 
as vice president of the World 
Literacy Foundation and has 
worked closely with Dr. W. 
Frank Laul>ach. 

Mrs. Margarette Hanes Old, 
who is deceased, was prominent 
in philanthropic and women's 
club work in Virginia and North 
Carolina. 

A spokesman for Virginia 
Wesleyan said the new women's 
dormitories are now being 
occupied by students. 




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Rear Admiral Roger W. Mehle assumed 
his new post Wednesday as Commander 
Fleet Air Norfolk for the U.S. Navy. Capt. 
Dexter C.Rumsey II, a former command- 
ing officer at NAS Oceana here, is chief of 
staff at Commander Fleet Air Norfolk. He 
was serving as acting commander until 
Mehle arrived from duty with the U.S. Sev- 
enth Fleet in t|ie Gulf of Tonkin, off North 
Viet Nam. 



Capt. Eugene M. Masica on 
receirtly relieved Capt. Ralph 
W. hrame as commanding 
officer of the USS Francis 
Marion, the Amphibious Force's 
newest, largest and fastest 
Attack Transiyrt. The ceremo- 
ny took pl(ice aboard the ship at 
the Norfolk Naval Shipyard. 

Capt. Frame, who resides on 
Two Weeks Road here, has been 
assigned as commanding offi- 
cer, Atlantic Command, Opera- 
tions Control Center, Naval 
Station, Norfolk. Masica, a 
veteran of 23 years in the 
Submarine Service, was withQie 
staff of the Commander, &b- 
marlne Force, Pacific Fleet, 



Master Sgt. Gene P. Davis, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. S.P. Davis 
of 25th »reet, has received the 
U.S. Air Force Commwjdatlon 
Mwial at Langley AFB, Va. 
Sgt. Davis was decorated for 
meritorious service as a B-52 
Stratofortress aircraft gunner 
with the Strategic Air Command 
at Grifflss AFB, N. Y. 



Seaman Recruit WUey W. 
Chandler, USN, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Neil B. Chandler of Ken- 
sington Street, has been grad- 
uated from nine weeks of Navy 
basic training at the Naval 
Training Center, Great Lak^, 
Ul. 



Sgt. Joseph C. Williams, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Williams 
of Ocean Garden St., has re- 
ported for duty at McGuire Air 
Force Base, New Jersey. He 
is assigned to the Military Air- 
lift Command and previously 
served at Tan Son Nhut AB, 
Vietnam^ 



Donald L. Henderson, USN, of 
Bonney Road, Kempsvllle Bor- 
ough, has been advanced to 
signalman third class in the 
Navy. He is aboard the destroyer 
USS George K. Mackenzie on 
patrol duty in the South China 
Sea. 




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Airman Ronald Tucker, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack B.Tucker 
of Pinewood Drive, has comple- 
ted basic training at Amarillo 
AFB, Tex. He is remaining A 
the Air Force Technical Train- 
ing Center for specialized 
schooling as a personnel spe- 
cialist. 



ITS 



Pvt. Harry C. Poole, son of 
Mr. C. Poole of Centjervllle 
Turi^ike, and Pvt. Herman C. 
Hewitt Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Herman C. Hewitt Sr. of Nor- 
mandy Avenue, both in Kemps- 
vllle Borough, are in traldng 
at the Marine Corps Recruit 
Depot, Parris bland, S.C. 



The Shelton Park School in 
Virginia Beach is sponsoring a 
student book fair from today to 
Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1967. Stu- 
dents will be able to browse 
and purchase books. The book 
fair hours are 9:00 A.M. to 
2:00 P.M. in the school library. 

The book fair committee 
invites all students, parents and 
visitors to attend Uie fair. The 
fair will not only help spur 
student interest in reading and 
tMiilding home libraries, but will 
also contribute to a worthwhile 
project. The school earns 20% 
(A all sales and proflts will be 
Qsed for Audio Vlsaal«|iip- 
ment. ' '' 

The aielton Park PTA is 
sponsoring this event, with Mrs. 



G. C. Delaney serving as book 
fair chairman. The committee 
includes Mrs. M.D. Kervin and 
Mrs. S.R. Lyon. 

The book fair display includes 
attractive new books from nutny 
publishers in all popular price 
ranges. All residing areas cf 
interest to students are r^re- 
sented, including classics, 
fiction, biographies, adventure 
stories, science, nature, crafts. 

R. Burnett Thompson, who is 
with Encyclopedia Brittanica, 
will speak on the topic "Reading 
in the Home" at 8 p.m., Nov. 
20; ^ a Sheiton Park PTA 
meetlAgi 



Boatswain's Mate S.C. Law- 
rence W, Everett, USCGR, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. William C. 
Everett of 48thStreet was grad- 
uated from the Leadership 
School at the U.S. Coast Guard 
Reserve Training Center in 
Yorktown, Va. 



Cadet Robin M. Haynes, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. 
Haynes of Sherry Avenue, is 
one of more than 900 cadets 
who have started their sc^ibo- 
more year ii the UJS. Air Force 
Academy, Coto. 



Dennis V. DeFir, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. V.J. DeFlr of Raff 
Road, has t>een promoted to 
airman second class in the UJS. 
Air Force. Airman DeFir is a 
Jet aircraft mechanic at Mc- 
guire AFB, N.J. 



Airman William F.Schroeder, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. WiUiam 
Schroeder of Kings Grant Road, 
has been selected for technical 
training at Cbannte ^B, DU 
as a U.S. Air Force aircraft 
mainfeiance specialist The 
airman recently completed 
basic training at Amarillo AFB, 
Tex. 



Airman Joseph A. Calvert 
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo- 
s^ A. Calvert Sr. of Tow- 
anda Road, has completed basic 
training at Lackland AFB, Tex. 
I He ha% been assigned to the 
Air Force Teclmlcal Tralolng 
Center at Lowry AFB, C<rfb^ 
for specialized schooling 
as aircraft weapons systems 
specialist. 




The Cbespeake Beach and 
Ocean Park volunteer fi r e de- 
partments will have a joint 
"turkey shoot" from 9 a,m. to 
5 p.m. on Nov. 18 and 19 at 
Shore Drive and Northampton 
Boulevard, across from the 
Shore Drive In Theater. 

The firemen will furnish guns 
for thf "turkey shoot" if hunters 
do not have their own, and the 
donation to the fire departmettf 
will be $1 for the privilege of 
trying to hit the target. 



Seaman recruit Eric G. Rob- 
inson, l^, son ofMr.andMrs. 
Edward G. Robinson of Angel 
Court, Bayside Borough, re- 
cently completed training at the 
Naval Training Center in San 
Diego, Calif. 



Airman Ronald H. Wood, USN, 
son of niomas N. Wood of 
Southern Boulevard, and bus- 
baod of the former Sandra C. 
Oliver, has completed tlie 
Aviation Mechanical Funda- 
mentals School at the Naval Air 
Technical Training Center In 
Memphis, T«m. 



Fireman Jimmy A. Arnesen, 
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John 
A. Arnesen of Minute Man Road, 
Va., is serving aboard the fleet 
repair ship USS Vulcan home- 
Dorted in Norfolk. 



Marine Pvt. Roberts. Ro- 
mano, scxi of Mrs. Rieda S. 
Romano of Arctic Avenue, was 
graduated from eight weeks of 
recruit training at the Marine 
Corps Recruit Depot, Parris 
Island, S.C. 



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] Beautif ication 



Summer -flowering shrubs 
and evergreens may be pruned 
during the fall and winter. Those 
flowering shrubs and rose 
bushes that had vigorous growth 
this past summer may be prun- 
ed back to prevent winter 
damage from wind, ice, and 
snow. A final pruning should be 
(lone in the spring prior to next 
year's growth. When pruning 
this fall, do not prune spring- 
flowering shrubs because you 
will cut off what will be next 
spring's flowers. Light pruning 
of needled, or narrow -leaf 
evergreens and broadleaf ever* 
greens can be done now t? 
check growth of the trees Or. 
shrubs. Many persons delSy 
that evergreen pruning until 
Deceml)er, so they can use^ie 
clippings for indoor and outdcor 
decorations. Drastic evergr^fn 
pruning should be done next 
spring, as usual. 



Interests 4-Hers 



A majority of the 4-H Club 
members are taking an active 
part in some phase of commun- 
ity beautlfication in Virginia 
Beach. 

They are (inducting cliA) and 
individual projects throu^ut 
the city in helping to make the 
rommiinity -a better and more 
. beautifol place to live. Besides 
the individual home beautlfica- 
tion iirojects where the pride 
and responsibility for beaatifi- 
catkNt must start, Ui« (Mis 
h«»ei:been .very active in com- 
niunlty activities. 

Ttic Blackwater Club has been 
oM tuT 6^ most active clidos in 
the arafc in bommunltybenitlfi- 
cation. The club planted over 



500 pine seedlings thbughout the 
Creeds and Blackwater areas 
for beautlficattonandconsorva- 
tion in these areas. 

During the summer and fkU^ 
they purchased and painted 10 
trash barrels which were placed 
ai Intersections and public 
grounds. Iliey made and gave 
out to the residents in their 
areas over 200 car Utter bags 
and distributed 200 anti-Utter 
letters asking pec^le to help to 
make their community a better 
place to Uve. 

The Avalon Hills Club con- 
centrated on community impro- 
vement by keeping the entrance 
island in good order by trimming 
and cutting grass and shruUdery 



and general tq*e^ of the area. 

The Bayside Club planted 
shrubbery in local church U«ns 
in their community. Tbeie are 
only three of the city 4-H Cliis, 
but all of Uie clubs have done 
their share In "Make the Best 
Better" Uj the areaof commm- 
Ity beauttflcatlon. 



4-H Club members Include 
Toni Baum, Becky Brumley, 
Ricky airley, Frank Pecf(*, 
Donald and Jack Shirley, Dlna 
Brumley, Mile Westerly, 
Forest Baum, Elaine WhUe- 
hurst. Donna Frost, Nancy 
Par8(»s, Jane Taylor, RaynKmd 
Avery, Ann Cason,Margie 
Fletcher, and Gary, CoUn and 
Lisa Whltehurst. 



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LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH- 
M#raber^ af lUne church^ will 
lather at Mt OUve Baptist 
Church Ui the S^tack area ta 
file city on Nov. 23 for a 17tti 
annual lliaidcsgiving service. 



The Rev. H.L. Batts, minister 
at Mt. OUve, located on Bird 
Neck Ro^ between Virglitfa 
Beuh Boulevard and the Vlr- 
ginla Beub-NorfoUt Ersfrtw 



way, vUl ^eak at the 11 a.m. 

service. ' 

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Mosic will be by the to«t 
elHirdi's dxHr. Other (^oraboi 
partl(^i^]« are Mt. TAaaAM, 
E., Cuniibel Chapel A.II.E., 
Mor^i« ^ar Bapdst Cbwch, 
St. Mark A.M.E.,,A«lwrylM!i- 
odlst (of Pleafant Rldp), Ftney 
Grove Bai)tM(oCCreedi},nMy 
Grove ft«itfst (of Prlnetit 
Ame), and Lynidisven l^^lst. 



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Thursday, November 16, 1967 



Virginia Beach Sun 



Page II 




By Rita Mott 



A tip of the pin crown to a 
coiq)le of promising junior bow- 
lers wbo racked up some beauti- 
ful games during the A.J.B.C. 
.Saturday League's sets Nov. 4 
at the Brunswick Plaza Bowl. 
, Don Gates, 15-years old, 
.carried a 164 average after 
'putting together 232-209-180 
' for a 621 serira. His total pin- 
-fall for 18 games was 3,083. 
<■ Curtis Johansen, 16 years old, 
has a 156 average and bowled 
his way into the Century Club 
with games of 143-141-256 for 
a 540^ series. His tally for the 
' 18 league games is 2,889. 

BRUNSWICK PLAZA BOWL 

' Paul Kernels and Betty Hall 

. tied for high games with 213 

each; Bob Butcher had 544 and 

Delores Robinson, 550, in series 

■ to lead Friday Night Mixed 
' Doubles bowling. Anna Commr 

ander converted the 6-7-10 

split. Plaza Church League wo- 

' men were led by GailShepard's 

' 201-462. Jim Flynn had a high 

game with 215. Chuck Corrlgan 

' led for series with 531, and 

Charles Kattau picked off the 

4-10 split while Tom Br i ley 

converted the 6-7-10. 

Caroljm Campbell's 501 and 
Gil Nichele's 521 series led the 
Tech Rqis Mixed League, and 
game honors went to Pat Lynch, 

■ 204; Duane Johnson, 198; Gil 

■ Nichele, 194. 

Tuesday Morning Strikers' 
high game was bowled by Fran- 
ces Brown, 194. Helen Smith 
led in series with 503. Murden's 
Drugs led in team bowling with 
637-1,766. 

Barbara Jenkins and Joy 
HolUns Ued with 113 to lead the 
Wednesday Morning House- 
wives; Delores Everett had the 

. hi|^ series, 320, and Stoney's 
Electric Co. took team honors, 

. 405-1,148. 

Sunday Night Mixed League 
had Mark Downing with an all- 
sp«r« game for 180. Bob Miles 
tc^fMd the men with 192-574; 
Shirley Woods had 196, and 
Peggy Mayo led in series with 
506. Team No. 16 rolled 659- 
1,838. Thursday Night Mixed 
League was led by George Lang- 
ford, 244-629. aiaron Johnson 
had the gals' high with 189, and 
Ernestine Campbell had a 462 
series. Pat Tait, a 124 average 
bowler, missed a Triplic^e 
Pi^h by one pin, rdling 151- 

' 152-151. 

Dick Saddlemlre's 222-560 
beat ttie Jacks in the Jack and 
Jill League; Carol Ross had a 
high game with 168; Martha 
Trin> led the series with 452; 
team No. 2 had high game, 
628; and team No. 6 had a 1,847 
series. 

Business Men's Classified 
was led by a pair of 613 scores, 
rolled by George Baler and BUI 
Hurley. Dick Hagelund followed 

, wUh a 6<K and game honors 
went to R.p. Hagelund, 247; 
Ken White, 244. The Lucky 
Strikers were led by Ron Gill- 
ette, 201-575, and Carole Plum- 
ley, 166-404. 



BAYSIDE BOWL 



hi Wednesday Night Mixed 
bowling, Mickey Ciq>p had a 
545; Kay Wasarhaley, 478. Pete 
Turner and Ken Blakely tied 
with 205; Jane Turner rolled 
201. 

Wednesday Men's Trio, was 
led by Franklin TiAbi^, 215-551. 
Steve Barney followed wlth211, 

Bayside Classified League 
reported a quintet of over 600 
games. Harry Huff, 636; Bill 
Dally and Ken Neigenfind, 623; 
George Baler, 621; Chuck Eld- 
ridge, 615. 

Herman Flora rolled a high 
game of 249, and a league re- 
cord was set when team No. 2 
put together a 2,891 set. Bi^- 
side Women's Classified had a 
high game of 246, bowled by 
Virginia Opalio. Her series to- 
talled 610. Del Romanowski fol- 
lowed with 589, and Lucy Floette 
had 582. 



Halftown' 
Returns 
To Beach 

Bru'ifi#ick star Chief Half- 
town, also a popular Philadel- 
rdiia TV star, is making a return 
visit to Brunswick Plaza Bowl 
Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov, 
21 and 22. Mm. Eloise Gumm, 
Manager tf PUzi Bow?., said 
the Chief will be in town to 
conduct bowling "pow wows" 
with the young bowlers of Vir- 
ginia Beach. He has traveled 
thousands of miles in helping 
thousands of younsters learn to 
enjoy the ftm of bowling. 

The Chief started bowling in 
the army during World War n 
and has averaged near 200 in 
league competition. In 1958, be 
was a member of the Walker- 
McDermott squad th^ captured 
the Philadelphia team titte. 

Halftown is a direct descen- 
dant of the chief irtio signed ttie 
Seneca peac^ treaty with (he 
U.S. to 1794. He stUl reeehfli 
"li 1^eB grinf 6f calico Hod 
money ft-om the govemnent 
each year tmder terms of the 
agreement. 



He oMiducts children's shows 
on Philadelphia TV. A few years 
ago, he originated a jmlor 
bowling tournament with tele- 
vised finals. The event attracted 
more than 8,000 youngsters 
between 8 and 16 years of age. 

As a member of the Bnns- 
wick Advisory Staff of Cham- 
pions, he is one of the n^ioo's 
big league stars who promote 
bowling witti special personal 
appearances throughout the 
country. 



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First Col'wnal's Patriots 
End Grill Season Friday 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH — 
The Patriot football team at 
First Colonial High School here 
will end its regular 1967 season 
tt»is Friday with a game again- 
st Oscar F. Smith High in the 
South Norfolk section of Chesa- 
peake. 

Frank H. Webster's Patriot 
team, ulilch started the foot- 
ball season a ^eek later than 
other local high school teams, 
wUI travel to Ches^;)eake for 
the game at Smith's stadium. 

The First Colonial team ttius 
far has won 6 games and lost 
3, the last one to the Kellam 
High Knights last Friday by a 
score of 20 to 0. 

At the same time. Princess 
Anne High's Cavalier team No. 
1 was winning its 15di straight 
game in two seasons to re- 
main unbe^en this year. The 
Cavaliers downed ^e Falcons 
of Cox High by a 46 to score. 

John Kiefer, Robert German, 
Richard Byrd, Tom Counter, 
and Pete Carpenter figured In 
the scoring, as did David 
Haxter, Wayne Godley and Carl 
Diehl. (Haxter and Diehl were 
VRong juntor varsity players 
who ei^ered ttie game in ttie 
third quarter.) 

The Falcons' high scorer, 
Wayne Welrlch, was stymiedby 
the Princess Anne defense, led 
by Ed Love, Wayne Caudill, 
Paul Zlegler, Steve Sakis, 
Mickey Byrd, Robert Gerlotf 
and Carpenter. 

The Unl(» Kempsville High 
fbotbtll team, coached by 
Joshua Darden, put up a tough 
fight in trying to win against 
Crestwood High last week, as 
Houston Bailey and Jesse Davis 
scored touchdowns. 

In the Kellam High Kni^ 
football game against First 
Colonial last week. Bob Carson, 
ptssed to David Pace tot one 
leuoMown,. MUM FntceU,xan 
for a touchdown, and Mike 
Tucker made an eidtra point. 

Now that the regular 1967 
football season has ended for 
the Knif^, here is the rest 
of the roster of players, coach- 
ed by CharUe CaldweU: 

Dooley Bizzell, Bill Camiftell 
Sonny Sbrange, David Tnuc,Bill 
DaUey, Linwood Jethro, Tom 
Jones, Gary Reynolds, Ron 
Thompson, Jeff Lundy, Dennis 
Maceda, Jerry Earls, Itoy 
Blrdsoi«, Scott Hallead, Jotm 
Hines , Ernie Bromi, David 
Land, Ed Godwin, John SftchMi, 
Jim Bias, Roger Hearts, Tony 



Davis , Barry Bland, Rocky 
Freeman, Chuck Connelly, 
Bobby Hitchcock, Robin Hogue, 
Alan Clements, Mike Brown, 
Steve Hines, Derrick White, 



Mitch Hammonds, Field Selby, 
Bob Shealy, Steve Thompson, 
Jack Andrews, Doug Davis, Joe 
Selby, John Grady, Bill Henley 
and Scott Hallead. 



The regular-season record 
for the Knights after last Fri- 
day's game was 7 wins and 2 
losses, the best record the 
school has ever had. 




* LEGAL NOTICES 

South side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard beginning at a point 
102 feet more or less West of 
Great Neck Road, running a 
distance of 190 feet along the 
South side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard and running a dis- 
tance of 130 feet along the 
Western property line, running 
a distance of 189 feet mote or 
less along the Southern property 
line and running a distance of 
130 feet along the Eastern pro- 
perty line. (London Bridge 
Area). Lynnhaven Borough. 

II. Application of RIchmate 
Enterprises, Inc. for a change 
of zoning from Retail Business 
District (B-1) to General Busi- 
ness District (B-2) and a Use 
Permit to operate a restaurant 
with dancing and entertainment 
facilities on certain property 
located on the West side of 



The Princess Anne Cavaliers' defense proved to much for the Cox 
High Falcons' Wayne W e i r i c h (40), shown being tackled here as 
Nick Randazzo (11) led this play in last F r i d a y' s football game, 
which the Cavaliers won 46 to 0. Paul Ziegler is making the tackle, 
asRobertGerloff, Ed Love, Richard Byrd and other Princess Anne 
players close In. (Phelps Photo) 




The First Colonial High Patriots had trouble stopping Bob Carson 
of the Kellam Knights, but In this play last Friday, the Patriots 
were all over Carson, with Clinton Graves there first. Carson 
passed to David Pace for one ID, Mike F u t r e 1 1 passed to David 
Trax for another, and Futrell ran for the third T D as the Knights 
won 20 to 0. (SUN staff photo) 




Christmas trees for sale already? Yes, these were on sale at the 
new main entrance to Princess Anne Plaza Shopping Center. They 
are living trees, which tan be planted in yards for outdoor decor- 
ation. (Photo by Lehigh) 



* LEGAL NOTICES 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 9th day 
of November, 1967. 

John A. Livingstone, Plaintiff 
against 

Yukiko K. Livingstone, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion and 
adultery. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being c/o General 
Delivery, Louisville, Kentucky. 
It is ordered that she do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. James R. McKenry, Atty. 
Messrs. BrydgK, Broyles & 
McKenry, Att)^. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-16-4T 

NOTICE 
Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the 
Council of the City of Virginia 
Beach will be held in the Circuit 
Court, City Hall, on Monday, 
November 27, 1967, at 10 A.M. 
o'clock at which timt persons 
will be heard for &)d against 
the foUowii^ proposed changes 
of s)ning aixi use permits, ^c: 
I. Application of Otis C. 
Darden for a Use Permit to 
operate a used car staes anl 
gasoline supply station on cer- 
tain ptc^Hy located on the 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

shall be mailed to the non- 
resident defendants at the pc^t 
office addresses appearing in 
the affidavit. 

It is FURTHER ORDERED 
that the above portion of this 
order be published once a week 
for four (4) successive weeks 
in the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper jxiblished and having 
general circulation in the City 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Garland M. Layton, 
Robbins Corner, 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

and 
Allen J. Gordon, p.q. 
P. 0. Box 13226, 
Chesapeake, Virginia 23519 

11-2-4T 



Atlantic Avenue approximately ~ ' ' 

200 feet more or less North of COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 

20th Street on certain property In the Clerk's Office of the 

known as The Rathskeller at Circuit Court of the City of 

2014 Atlantic Avenue as shown Virginia Beach, on the 24th day 

in Map Book 13, Page 26. Vir- of October, 1967. 



ginia Beach Borough. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

BY: JEANETTE S.JONES, D.C. 

11-16-2T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 8th day 
of November, 1967. 

Janet Ruth Whalen, Plaintiff, 
against 

Jam es Arthur W hal en. Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plainliff to obtain a 
divorce a mensa et thoro to be 
later merged into an a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said defen- 
dant, upon the grounds of 
constructive desertion and/or 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being, 53 Colum- 
bus Avenue, Sommerville, 
Massachusetts. It is ordered 
that he do appear here within 10 
(ten) days after due pjiblication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his interest 
in this suit. 
A copy~Teste: 

JOHN V, FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN. D.C. 

Mr. Bruce G. Murphy, Atty. 
301-25th Street, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-16-4T 

Virginia: 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 30th day 
of October:, 1967. 
In Chancery No. 11285 

GWENLYN M. WOOD, Com- 
plainant V. 

PEMBROKE SQUARE ASSO- 
CIATES, et als. Defendants. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is to 
quiet title in portions of the 
hereinafter described real pro- 
perty and to adjudicate the fee 
simple owner of said property, 
said property being described 
as follows: 
All the unsold part of that 
certain piece or parcel of 
land, lying and being in the 
City of Virginia Beach (for- 
merly Princess Anne County), 
Virginia, and which said pro- 
perty is bounded on the South 
by the Norfolk and Southern 
Railroad right of way; and on 
the West by the Kellam Road; 
and on the East by the western 
branch of the Lynnhaven 
River; and on the North by the 
land formerly belonging to J. 
C. Hudgins andC.C.Hudgins, 
and being all the unsold and 
unrecorded balance and re- 
mainder of the land conveyed 
to the said Sunny Brook, Inc. 
by the Suburban Holding Cor- 
poration by deed dated April 
17th, 1917 and said deed re- 
corded in Deed Book 100 at 
page 198 to which reference 
is hereby made for a more 
particular description. Said 
unsold part containing a)}out 
393 acres, more or less. 
An affidavit having been made 
that the following defendants are 
non-residents of the Common- 
wealth of Virginia, and their 
last known post office addresses 
are as foil, vs: EmilioOlivieri, 
138-05 Union Turnpike, Flush- 
ing 67, New York; Armon Oliv- 
ieri, 139-52 230th Street, 
Laurelton, New York; E m i I i o 
Olivieri, Trustee for Robert 
Olivieri, 138-05 Union Turn- 
pike, Flushing 67, New York; 
and Max Berg, 3104 Brooklawn 
Terrace, Chevy Chase, Mary- 
land. 

It is ORDERED that the above- 
mentioned parties, their heirs, 
devisees or assigns, or sudi 
other persons wbo may have an 
interest in this matter, be re- 
quired to appear within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect their r^pec- 
tive interests; and 

R is FURTHER ORDERED 
that a copy of this order be 
po^ed lo front of the Coort 
House of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Brach, 
Virginia and copies of tt^ ordo* 



Jean Faye Crawford, Plain- 
tiff, against 

Steve Curtis Crawford, De- 
fendant, 

ORDER OF PUBLK^ATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Mepsa Et Thoro to be 
later merged into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due diligence 
has been used by or in behalf of 
the complainant to find in which 
county or corporation the defen- 
dant resides, without effect, the 
last known post office address 
being Route 3 Box 3147, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. It is ordered 
that he do appear here within 
10 (ten) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what maybe 
necessary to protect his interest 
in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. Thomas C. Broyles, Atty. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-2-4T 

Virginia: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on the 
24th day of October, 1967. 

In the matter of the estate of 
MICHAEL DANKO, deceased. 
SHOW CAUSE ORDER 

It appearing to the Court that 
a report of the accounts of J.E. 
Clarkson, Ancillary Administr- 
tor,. c.t.a. of the Estate of 
Micbskel Danko, deceased, aod 
of Aeftebts and demands against 
his estate has been filed in the 
Clerk's Office of this Court, 
and six (6) months have elasped 
since the qualification, on 
motion of the said J. E . C larkson. 
Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a. 
of the estate of Michael Danko, 
deceased, it is 

ORDERED that the credttor*- 
of, and all others interested in, 
the Estate of Michael Danko, 
deceased, do show cause, if any 
they can, on the 24th day of 
November, 1967, before this 
Court, inits Courtroom, against 
the payment and delivery of the 
Estate of Michael Danko, de- 
ceased, to Bank of America 
National Trust and Savings 
Association, Executor, without 
requiring refunding bonds. 

It is further ORDERED that 
this Show Cause Order be pub- 
lished once a week for four (4) 
successive weeks in the VIR- 
GINIA BEACH SUN, a newspaper 
having general circulation in the 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Wilcox, Savage, Lawrence, 
Dickson & Spindle 
400 Virginia National Banl: 

Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

11-2-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 25th day 
of Octobfer, 1967. 

Mary CampbeIl,'Plaintiff, 
against 
James C. Campbell, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is fur 
the said . plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of more than two 
years continiwus separation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made airf filed that the defendant 
is not a r^ident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being c/oGeneral 
Delivery, New York, New York. 
It is ordered that he do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days aftti 
due publication hereof, ami do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his Interest in this suit. 
A a^— teste: 

JOHN V. FENTREffi, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Andrew S. Fine, Atty. 
Messrs. Fine, Fine, L^um 
& Fine, Attys. 
720 Law Building, 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

11-2-4T 



P<i9tl2 



Virginlq Beoch Sun 



Thursday, November 16, 1967 



• LEGAL NOTICES ' LEGAL NOTICES • LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES 



cmoaaBKmtR»s sale of 

VAUJABLE REAL ESTATE 
Pnmot to lad bjr virtue (rf 
• iitent of tto Ciretiit Court of 
O* Cttjr of VlrfiQU Beach, 
VlniiBlt, HMdc and ei^red cm 
Um 3rd d^r of Norcnbcr, 1967. 
!■ dM dMB(«7 cMue therein 
pWtlBC HBter tbe ^le of Cobo 
CocponUton, Complainant v. 
Jury Poole, Jr. ^ als.,Defen- 
danti, Allen J. Gordon, ttie 
onderaicned ^dal Commis- 
sioner, will offer for sale at 
Public Auction to the highest 
bidder in front of the Court 
House of the Circuit Court of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, on 
Wednetday, December 14, 1967 
«t 9:30 A.M.. the following 
described real estate, to-wit: 
ALL that certain lot, piece or 
parcel of land lying, situate, 
and being in the Bayside Bor- 
ough of the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and bounded 
and described as follows: 
Bounded on the north by the 
land now or formerly belong- 
ing to McCullers; bounded on 
the e$st by the lands now or 
formerly belonging to Brown; 
bounded on the south by lands 
now or formerly belonging to 
Brown; and bounded on the 
west by laiKls now or former- 
ly belonging to McCullers; 
and being Lot 28 on the plat 
recorded in Deed Book 59 at 
page 48 in the Office of the 
Clerk of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. According to a re- 
cent survey containing 2.367 
acres. 

A deposit of $500.00 will be 
recpiired of the successful 
bidder. 

Sale shall be subject to the 
approval and confirmation of 
the Court. 

Terms of Sale: Cash. 
ALLEN J. GORDON 
Special Commissioner 
CLERK'S CERTIFICATE 
I hereby certify that the bond 
required by the above-men- 
tioned decree has been duly 
executed. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

BY: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

11-19-4T 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 

In tte Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 24th day 
of October, 1967. 

Herbert Lee Gatlin, Plaintiff 
against 

Ettiel Simmons Gatlin, Defen- 
diJit. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION , 

The object of this siilt IS to 
Main a divorce a Vlni^ilo 
matrlmoml from the said defen- 
dant upon the grounds of deser- 
tion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due diligence 
has been used by or in behalf 
of the complainant to ascertain 
In which county or corporation 
the defendant Is, without effect, 
0ie last known post office ad- 
dress being: 121 Happy Street, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. It is 
ordered that she do appear here 
with ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
Interest in -this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 

Messrs. Lam & Hudgins 
Princess Anne Station 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-2-4T 



Virginia: 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 1st day of 
November, 1967. 
In Chancery Docket No. 11298 

AUDREY E. PRINCE 

JACK T. MUSTIN, et als 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The (^ject of this suit is 

to effect partition amongst the 

ovoers in one of the modes 

{Hrescrtbed by law of thefollow- 

iag described property: 

ALL THAT certain lot, piece 

or parcel of land, with the 

buildings and improvements 

thereon, lying, situate and 

being in the City of VirgiiUa 

Baach, Virginia, being known, 

numbered and designated as 

Lot 9 in Block 9 as shown on 

Oie idat entiUed "Subdivision 

<rfARAGONA VILLAGE, SEC- 

TIC»I 12," which plat is duly 

recorded in the Clerk's Office 

of ttie Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 

ftads to Map Book 47 at page 

S4. 

Aa affidavit having been made 
■ad fllsd Oiat Jack T. MusUn is 
Ml a rssideitf of this St^e, the 
ImI kaovn post office being c/o 
Clart MiMtta, 3519 John street, 
^«l^ Vii^^nia. 

B ii ORDERED that Jack T. 
Mirtte do appMr wiQilnten(lO) 
d^V aftar die publication d 
Ml Ot^m nddo what is neces- 
•U7 lo prated his iitferests. 
Xm V. rBITRESS. CLE3UC 
NnrLUSMEVIIAN,D.C. 

■nesaiMpby 
ItttMiiirMt 

.Virgiate 

11.9-4T 



Virginia: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on the 
6Uj day of November, 1967. 

i^PHALT ROADS & MATER- 
IALS COMPANY, INC., Plain- 
tiff, vs. 

ELI M. WOLFSON 
625 Gramatan Avenue 
Mount Vernon, New York 
and 

PATRICIA H. WOLFSON 
625 Gramatan Avenue 
Mount Vernon, New York, 
Principal Defendants, 

RODGER D. GARRIETT 
5408 Susquahanna Drive 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
and 

MRS. RODGER D. GARRIETT 
5408 Susquahanna Drive 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
Co- Defendants 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this action is to 
attach the real estate of the 
defendants. Ell M. Wolfson and 
Patricia H. Wolfson, generally 
known as 5408 Susquahanna 
Drive, Lot 16, Block J, Section 
3, Carolanne Farms, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and the rents 
therefrom, and to subject the 
same to the payment of the 
indebtedness of the defendants 
to the plaintiff amounting to 
S1791.00 with interest from 
June 1, 1966, until paid. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the principal 
defendants are not residents of 
the State of Virginia and that 
their last known post office 
address is 625 Gramatan Aven- 
ue, Mount Vernon, New York, 
and it appearing that service on 
said principal defendants cannot 
be had in the State of Virginia, 
it is ORDERED that the said 
principal defendants, Eli M. 
Wolfson and Patricia H. Wolf- 
son, do appear within ten days 
after due publication of this 
order and do what is necessary 
to protect their interests, and 
it is 

ORDERED that this order be 
published once per week for 
four successive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a news- 
paper published in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy Test: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: R.H. WEST, D.C. 

Caton ii Wright, p.q. 
2508 Pacific Avenue 
P.O. Box 234 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-9-4T 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 6th day 
of November, 1967. 

Lillian Iris Bowles, Plaintiff 
against 

Richard Franklin Bowles, De- 
fendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce from the bonds of 
matrimony from the said defen- 
dant, upon the grounds of deser- 
tion for more than the one (1) 
year statutory period, pursuant 
to Section 20-121.01 of the 1950 
Code of Virginia, as amended. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being Route *2, 
Belleville, West Virginia. It is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Messrs. Brydges, Broyles 4 
McKenry, Attys. 
1396 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-9-4T 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 6th day 
of November, 1967. 

Elolse Andrews Manning, 
Plaintiff, gainst 
Martin M. Manning, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of two-year separ- 
ation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due diligence 
has been used by or in behalf of 
the plaintiff to find in which 
county or corporation the 
defendant resides, without ef- 
fect, the last known post office 
address being Bondale Apart- 
ments, B(MKlale Avenue, Nor- 
folk, Virginia, It is ordered 
that he do appear here within 
10 (ten) days after due publi- 
cation hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect his 
interest In this suit. 
A o^y—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. Thomas C. Broyles, 
Atty. 

1369 Laskin R(mi, 
Virglma Beach, Virgil 

11-9-4T 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
The Planning Commission 
will conduct a Public Hearing 
on Tuesday, November 21, 1967, 
at 2 P.M. in the Municipal 
Court, City Hall, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia on the following: 

I. Master Plan Report #7, 
Community Facilities - Educa- 
tion. More information is avail- 
able In the Office of the Clerk 
of the Circuit Court, Office of 
the City Manager, Office of the 
City School Board, at the three 
City Libraries, all Public School 
Libraries, and the Office of the 
City Planning Commission. 

II. An Ordinance to require 
all persons, firms and corpora- 
tions to obtain a Use Permit to 
construct, reconstruct and 
operate a Gasoline Supply 
Station, Gasoline Service Sta- 
tion, Automobile Repair Garage, 
Marine Service Station and 
setting forth procedures to be 
followed in obtaining a Use 
Permit; and providing develop- 
mental standards for Gasoline 
Supply Station, Gasoline Service 
Station, Automobile Repair 
Garage, Marine Service Station; 
and providing penalties for the 
violation thereof. More infor- 
mation Is available in the Office 
of the Clerk of the Circuit 
Court, Office of the City Mana- 
ger and the Office of the City 
Planning Commission. 

All interested persons are 
invited to attend. 
F. MASON GAMAGE 
Director of Planning 

11-9-2T 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 30th day 
of October, 1967. 

Lacy E. Herald, Plaintiff, 
against 
Carla B. Herald, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Mensa Et Thorotobe 
later merged into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion, 

And an affidavit having been 
n^de and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being, c/o Gen- 
eral Delivery, Douglasville, 
Georgia. It is ordered that she 
do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her inter- 
est in this suit. 
A copv—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. James R. McKenry, Atty. 
c/o Brydges, Broyles 4 Mc- 
Kenry, Attys. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-2-4T 



SALE OF WATERFRONT PRO- 
PERTY NEAR WITCHDUCK- 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 
Pursuant to and by virtue of 
a decree of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, entered on Octolwr 
16, 1967, in a Chancery cause 
therein pending under the style 
of Gloria Barnes Savage v. 
Catherine Barnes Barrett, the 
undersigned Special Commis- 
sioner will offer for sale at 
public auction to the highest 
bidder at the front door of the 
Courthouse to the aforesaid 
Conrt, Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, at 
10:00 A.M. on Thursday, Dec- 
ember 7, 1967, the following 
described property: 
All that certain tract, piece 
or parcel of land, with the 
appurtenances thereunto per- 
taining situated in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, and 
more particularly described 
as follows: 

Being designated as "BAR- 
NES 3.52 acres" and "BAR- 
NES ,53 acres", as shown on 
a certain plat duly of record 
in the aforesaid Clerk's Office 
in Map Book 24, at page 22, 
reference to which is hereby 
made. 

The sale shall be subject to 
the approval and confirmation 
by the Court. 

Terms of Sale: The success- 
ful bidder will be required to 
deposit Wc of his bid ami 
settlement for the balance, in 
cash, within 10 days after the 
confirmation of sale. 

Joseph J, Lawler, Special 
Comroisslontr 

CLERK'S CERTIFICATE 
1, John V. Fentress, Clerk of 
the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, do 
hereby certify that Iwnd, with 
security a^roved by me as 
sufficient and in the penalty 
provided by said decree has 
been glvm by said Special Com- 
missioner. 

GIVEN under my hand this 20 

day of Octdser, 1967. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

BY: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

10-f6-4T 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 23rd day 
of October, 1967. 

Clifford E. Shelton, Jr., Plain- 
tiff, against 
Virginia M. Ferrer, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit Is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a mensa et thoro and 
or a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii and/or a decree of annul- 
ment from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion, 
fraud and deceit, no consuma- 
tlon of marriage between the 
parties. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being Subic, 
Zambales, Philippine Islands. 
It Is ordered, that she do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this suit. 
A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLB NEWMAN, D.C. 

Messrs. Cromwell, Layton, 
Culverhouse & Whitehurst, 
Attys. 

P.O. Box 5211, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10.-26-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 17th day 
of October, 1967. 

Nancy S. Litwin, Plaintiff 
against 
John Peter Lltwln, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain an 
annulment from the said defen- 
dant, upon the grounds of 
marriage prior to the expira- 
tion of waiting period. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being 83 Howell 
Street, Buffalo, New York. It is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Messrs. Brydges, Broyles ii 
McKenry, Attys. 
1396 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-26-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 17th day 
of October, 1967. 

Barbara Ann Rogers, Plain- 
tiff, against 

Chester Elton Rogers, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of constructive 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
off ice address being c/o General 
Delivery, Currituck, North 
Carolina. It is ordered that he 
do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be necess- 
ary to protect his interest In 
this suit. 
A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V, FENfRESS, CLEfiK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. James R, McKenry, Atty. 
Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attys. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-26-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 20th day 
ofiOctober, 1967. 

Dorris Ann Seagle, Plaintiff, 
against 
Bernard R. Seagle, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Mensa Et Thorotobe 
later merged into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

AiKi an affidavit having been 
made aiti filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being, P.O. Box 
3002, Arcade, Nashville, Tenn- 
essee 37219. It is ordered that 
he do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publlcati<ki^^^ 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his interest 
is this suit. 
A <opv~Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. JdU) M. ClMid, Atty 
108 The Mall, 
Jaaaf Sk^ii^ Center, 
Nortolk, VfrglQia 23502 

10-26-4T 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGDrtA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit C<wrt of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 17th day 

of October, 1967. 
Donna Smith Oliver, Plaintiff: 

against 
Benton Jon Oliver, Defendant 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit Is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
decree of separate maintenance 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of treatment tan^- 
mount to desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being Ishmal- 
Cash Dusting Service, Home- 
stead, Florida. It is ordered 
that he do appear here within 
10 (ten) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what maybe 
necessary to protect his interest 
in this suit. 
A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. James R. McKenry, Atty. 
Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attys. 
1369 Laskin Road, * 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-26-4T 



la Special Notkct 



1 am interested In placing my 
17 year old daughter in a foster 
home that caji provide the proper 
supervision. Call evenings or 
weekends. 340-9021. 

WANTED - Employes to ride bus 
to and from Newport News ship- 
yard. Leave Princess Anne 
Plaza 5:30 A,M. Return 5:30 
P.M. Further Information-Call 
340-5744. 

REWEAVING 
For a reasonable price - those 
skirts, pants and uniforms can 
be ready for wear - anywhere! 
Call 428-1428. 

Materials from Hong Kong, Bri- 
tish Colony and India. Made to 
order suits — ladies & men. 
Italian silk, English worsted 
wool and tweed. Indian Raw 
silk. Beaded tops and bags. Call 
486-1071. 

For sale - first deed of trust on 
multi-family property. En- 
trance to toll road. Write Box 
#210. 

$50 scholarship for beauty 
course to those wiw qualify. 
Oceana, Janaf, and Indian River 
Beauty Ac^lemies. 428-3246, 
855-2061 or 420-1645. 

AUTOMOTIVE 
tt MMwtydea Far Sde 

Honda - 150. In good condition. 
Reasonable offer. Call 340-3538 
after 6 P.M. 

a Aalo RepakvParto 

1 959(BiscayBe Chevrolet. Avail- 
able for parts. All in good 
condition. Call 464-6334. 

BUSINESS SERVICES 

30 AppUuce Scrrtees 



NOTICE! 
Contractors 4 Homf Builders - 
Let us help you with that new 
home - additions; - or repairs. 
We can fornLsh materials from 
basement to attie and aid you 
in financing. 
Phcme: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 
(1) 426-6221 
428-1688 
426-6937 

VACUUM CLEANERS- Hoover. 
Sales and service. J'romi^ ef- 
ficient repairs. Pick up and 
delivery. Phone 428-4222. Fuel 
Feed and Building Supplies, Inc. 

31 Bnildiag— RcpidriM 

FAINTDJG vwited. Small )obt, 
ifltojor or txUxiar. Call 




32 Dreranakinf — Sewhif 

Dressmaking, alterations and 
restyling. Call 425-5462. 

3S Honie Maintenance 



FINANCIAL 



Painting -interior and exterior. 
Also painting and patching of 
roofs. Work done reasonably. 
Bill Moody 545-0805. 

EMPLOYMENT 

40 Help Wanted-^i'emale 

Waitress - call or see in person 
for appointment. See manager. 
Good salary and year round 
work. Thunderbird Bowlli^ 
Lanes Snak Shop. 428-9803. 

Woman bus driver for private 
school. Write Box #150, careof 
Virginia Beach Sun. 

41 Help Wanted— Male 

CARPENTERS 

FRAME MEN AND 

HELPERS 

Piece work or hourly. Good 
pay. fall 497-4804. 

EX-MILITARY MEN! 

Call 622-1307 

Openings available-local or 

-^ relocate 

TIDEWATER EMPLOYMENT 

AGENCY 

147 Granby St. 

Law Bldg. Suite 638 



WIVES and DEPENDENTS 
of NCO'S and PO'S 

Check with our office for per- 
sonal job openings. Call Mar- 
garet Kelly. 

NCO/PO 

AVAILABILTY, INC. 

"Complete Personnel Service" 

1600 East Little Creek Rd. 

Norfolk, Virginia 23518 

583-5984 

Come See For True 
42 Help Waated-Malc ar Female 

Choice jobs in Virginia B«ich. 
See Maxine Morritt, Personnel 
Consultants, Executive Build- 
ing, 2nd floor. Princess Anne 
Plaza. 340-2528. 



MANPOWER INC. 
URGENTLY NEEDS 
Steno|;rapbers 
We have immediate asslp - 
ments, many adjacent to Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs when de- 
sired - work' on these temporary 
jobs when convenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and job 
assignment. 627-3661. 
Manpower, Inc. 
733 Boush Street 
Norfolk, Va. 



50 Buslnesf Opportunities 

I AM IN ^ARCH Ot' a par- 
tlcular type of person who Is 
^ntecested in earning a' sub- 
'Stantftl extra income in in- 
d^wndkit cosmetic business^- 
Full or part time. No previous 
sales experience necessary. 
Call 464-2330 for interview. 

INSTRUCTIONS 

W Inatroctional Counes 

GUITARS 
Headquarters for Gibson, Gret- 
sch and Fender guitars and 
ampliliers. We teach you to 
filiy. Class lessons on guitar 
Mr. Ted Grimes, teacher. Clas- 
ses start now. Call Rowe and 
Long Music Company. Princess 
Anne Plaza. 340-7631. 

Musical instruments, Organ, 
drtiRis, piano, guitars, etc 
Temple of Music, Pembroke 
Mall. CalU99-055l. 

MERCHANDISE 

N Articles For Sale 

CARPFT FACTS 
First quality, regular $7.99 Du- 
^ht 501 carpet, $3.99 a square 
yard. $9.95 Kodel Polyesters 
for $5.99 a square yard. 28 
colors. Call Mr. Hutcheson 
at.622-9816. Dealer. 

Books - 44 Resulers Digest Con- 
densed Books, 100 Hardback 
novels and other writings, 1-8 
book encyclopedia, 65^ paper 
back novels. All lor $38.00 
340-5528 

ROOMS-BOARD ~ 

109 Rooms For Rent- 
Rooms - home atmosphere w ith 
privacy. Facing Ocean on Imjs 
Une. $10 weekly. 425-9794 or 
428-7421. 

RENTAL R^aTistATE 



Masonry work wanted. Brick 
veneering. Fireplaces, stef» 
etc. Wlirter prlcM. Call for 
estimates. 426-7548 after 6 
P.M. 



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GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES 
ROBERTS COMPANY 



. . .• nuiiof mt»fn*tion»( manuficturtf of taxtHc machin«ry 
bMtd in Swiford, N. C Mith faaiitin atio m GrMfMnood, 
S. C., Belgium, Italy and tlw Untttd Kingdom and nit* 
oHicM throughout the i«orM moy havt the opportunity 
for you. 



Your«g men ig* 2S-30 with any collegt degree 
and * minimum of tvra yeM« work w p eri e nce or 
equivMent technice) Khool tr«ning end experi- 
ence are urgently needed. A vwicty of ttimulMing 
groMrth ^>po«tunitiei art immediately avritabM. 
For hMThm i>^orm«ioA riwut Roberts Company 
and its growth potential, oonttct the 



Prtonnel MMiger 

ROBERTS COMPANY 

Safiford.N.C. 37330 



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43 

k — — 

Excellent care for small child- 
ren in nice clean home. Fenced 
yard. Call 428-6792. 

Expert care for children In my 
home. Ages 3 to 5 years. Ex- 
perienced baby sitter and sub- 
stitute teacher. Call 428-8856. 

Will keep diUdren in my borne. 
$12 weekly. 2 years and older. 
Aragona Area. Call 499-1355. 

Loving care for y(Hir child in 
my home. Pembroke area. Call 
497-7504. 

Will care for child in Christian 
home for working mother. 
Pembroke area. Call 497-9152. 

44 Positioa Waaled-^ale 



Austins Court Motel Apartments 
206-19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utulltles furn- 
ished. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furnished rooms. Blotk 
ttom Bus Station. By week or 
month. 

■I ^ 

1 and 2 bedroi>ms, modern, with 
living room, kitchen anrl bath. 
Werfily, monthly or yearly 
rates, in the heart of town. 
About 3 minutes walk tn the 
beach. Also hotel rooms. Call 
428-6713. 

2-3 room furnished apartments. 
Atlantic Ave. txcellent location. 
Reasonable yearly rental. Call 
265-2665. 

BLUE MAR LIN IX>DGE 
2411 Pacific Avenue 
Bachelors or couples. Com- 
pletely furnished In luxury de- 
cor. All utnitles, full kitchen 
and dining area. Ready for liv- 
ing-just bring your suitcase. 
Come see for yourself. Call 
428-6114 or 428-5651. 

VIRGINIA BKACH -White Sands 
Apts. Furnished, heated. $65 
and up. Atlantic at 6th Street. 
428-4703. 



Maory Rigonto 
Auction Company 



lllA Furnished Hovsea aad ' 
Apartments For Rent 

Short term or yearly. Furnish-;; 
ed - unfurnished. 1 to 5 bedroom: 
cottages, apartments. Anchor! 
Realty. 428-7421 anytime. 

IIZA CotUges For Reat 

Furnished or Unfiiniblwd ■ 

CAVALIER DRIVEN Modem 
furnished apartments, opposits : 
hotel, near ocean, y^u-ly; GAt' 
8-4205; MA 2-4575; MA 2-2130. : 

115 Houses— Furnished 

2 bedroom furnished boust.' 
Centrally located. Reasonable - 
year round. 428-7827 or 428-^ 

4960. : 



3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths. Oceaa 
side — North Virginia B«w:h,' 
428-1760. : 

* 

2 bedrooms, living room, diniflc' 
room, kitchehl bath. Centrally' 
located. Near beach. Call own 
er 428-5016, 428-2143. 



USA HousM-UBtonlaiMd 



2 bedrooms. :^ove and refrlg-^ 
erator furnished. Located a£ 
809 Delaware Ave., Virginia! 
Beach. Call 428-1938 or 428-: 
1444. 



34th and Arctic Avenue - LARGE 
two-story house — four bed- 
rooms, living room, dining 
room, two Jalmisled pordiec, 
2 1/2 baths, hot water he^— 
garage and large yard. 
Kellam & Eaton Insurance Co. 
3111 Pacific Ave. 

428-9161 

BAY COLONY DRIVE, 237- 
Modern 3-bedroom, 3-bath,iBi- 
furnished home with guest 
cottage. Near ocean. Yearly. 
GA 8-4205; MA 2-4575; MA2- 
2130. ^^ 

VIRGINIA BEACH-316 CavaUW 
Drive, 3 bedroom, 2-batb iuk 
furnished home, next to Cava- 
lier Hotel. 428-1330 or 428- 
6833 Cooper Realty. 

lis Basiaesa Places For Real 

OFFICE SPACE 

Air Conditioned 
Ample Parking ^«ce 

2407 PACIFIC AVEMDE 

W. T. JAR VIS, OWNER 
Phone 428-3293 

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

I2S Builawo Pi ay uli 

Restaurant for sale at Virginia 
Beach. Good year round busi- 
ness. Ideal for couple or part- 
nership. Call 425-9843. 

128 Real Estate Waat«4 



We need listings! Sales anl 
rentals. Virginia Beach Area. 
Call Maye Navarre, 4^-7322 
or 428-2388. Oceana Realty. 



Unbelievable Deals? 

RICH ARD L. STOCKDALE (Al) 
Your Salesman 

416-2222 425442S 

New, Used Cars and Tmda 

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VoJume 1 No. 19 




VIRGINIA BEACH S 

Serving and Promoting Our City's Future _^ 




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Virginia Beach, Virginia, November 22, 1967 



SUN Phone: 428-2401 




Auto Racina, too 

A 'Borrow Pit' for 
A City Stadium? 



First Colony Telephone 
ments the colonial arch 
Mlunlclpal Center. 



Company's new G 
itectural design of 



eorgian-style headquarters building comple- 
city office buildings at the Virginia Beaciv- 



Phone Company BuiUs Replka of 
liovernor's Pahce'for Headquarters 



PR. ANNE BOROUGH"Vir- 
ginia Beach can soon claim its 
OOT "Goveraor's M ac y '* in 
(he firm of the new first Co'I" 
QOy Telephone Company iMild- 
lof almost completed on Prin- 
ceM Aone Road near theVir- 
Kinia Beach Municipal Center. 

Ttie hndquarters twilding for 
(he company, which has a fran- 
<Alse to serve patrons in Prin- 
cess Anae and Pungo twroughs, 

laMMWMMMMOMMMMMCMt* 

3 Faiths 
Join for 
Service 

BEACH BOROUGH-Protes- 
tant, Roman Catholic, and 
Jewish clergymen will partici- 
pate in an Interfaitb Community 
Service at lOKM) tu m. Thanks- 
giviog Day at the FlriSt Presby- 
terian ClBirch here. This will 
be the second such service 
qwnsored l^ the Beach Bor- 
oui^ Ministers Group. 

Father Jcrim J. Foley, assist- 
ant pastor of Star of the Sea 
Roman Catholic Church, will 
preach the sermon. Ottier min- 
isters in the service will be 
Ratt>i Philip Pincus, Temple 
Emmanuel; the Rev. D. Warren 
Williams, pastor of St. Mark's 
A.M.E. Church; and the Rev. 
John S. Lyles, {»stor of the 
host church. The First Presby- 
terian Ctwir, trader the directiw 
of Mrs. Don W. Korte, will 
lurovkle special music. 

The church, located at Pacific 
Ave. and 36th St., has a spacious 
pariilog lot on Pacific Ave., just 
north of 36th. Nurseries for 
la-e-school children will be 
(4>en. 

Thursday Mass Set 

^ Matthew Cs^olic Church, 
located Just Inside Virginia 
Beadi in the Sherry Park area 
(d tte city, is plannij^ a 9 a.m. 
mass m Thanksgiving Day. 



as well as ottier parts of the 
city, was patterned after the 
"Gwemor's Palace" at WUl- 
iamslwrg, Va. 

Just like at the historic Geor- 
gian-style building there, the 
First Colony "palace" will have 
a formal prden in the rear of 
the building. 

When the people enter the 
First Colony building, they are 
carried back to memories of 
earlier days. The offices and 
general public areas are dec- 
orated in early Americanstyle, 
including the furniture, lighting, 
and fixtures. ^ 

In the foyer, the walls have 
been decorated with mirrors, 
flanked by crystal candle hold- 
ers, and there are pictures de- 
picting scenes of various events 
In the history of the nation. 

The present day "|dx)ne 
booth" at First Colony's build- 
ing Is to one side of the foyer, 
and walls In the phone region 
are lined in soft, red velvet, 
creating an air of comfort and 
relaxation. 

Moving through the offices of 
the new structure, one finds 
warm-toned draperies, pic- 

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tures of scenes from history, 
crystal candle holders and 
Uptt^4^i7]stal candelabra* 
suspended from the ceiling. 

A tour of the grounds of the 
telephone office building brings 
people in contact with tiie more 
restful theme of the early days 
In this country's beginning. Ex- 
terior lighting is with early 
American light posts in the 
drive way region, and lamps 
attached to the building at all 
entrance ways. 

Steve Halverson, project 
manager for First Colony, told 
the VIRGINIA BEACH SUN that 
ttie building was designed by 
architect Joel Vicars of Wise, 

VMiVniMIMMm 



Va. The general contractor is 
Leroy Boschenof Ashland. 

According tn Halverson, a 
formal openiag of the new build- 
ing Is planned for January of 
1968, with a new exchange to be 
placed in operation the same 
month. Equipment is being in- 
stalled for the change-over next 
vear. 

"We have begun to replace 
the old Irenes in the Princess 
Anne area, with about 400 re- 
placements completed thus far" 
he recently said. "We antici- 
pate replacement of all the sets 
by the end of this year." 



Darden Assists Petty 
In New Utility Post 



Our 
Thanks 



James G. Darden, a former 
city councilman here, has been 
appointed assistant director of 
the Virginia Beach Public 
Utilities Dq>artment. 

Darden began his new job on 
November 1, according to A. 
Worth Petty, director of jHiblic 
utilities, who announced the 
appointment. 

Darden was chairman of the 
former Princess Anne County 
Water and Sanitation Authority 
and worked closely with the 



Hampton Roads Sanitation Dis- 
trict commisssion in helping 
Virginia Beach obtain sewer 
interceptor lines across the 
suburban areas. 

He chose not to seek re- 
election in J966, after years of 
service on tlie former Princess 
Anne County Board of Super- 
visors, and then Virginia Beach 
City Council after the 1963 
merger of the six-borough 
county and what is now the 
Beach Borough. 



One of those often-criticized 
holes in the ground called 
"borrow pits" might be an 
economical answer to the City 
of Virginia Beach getting a 
major sports stadium in the 
next few years. 

Impossible'.' City Councilman 
Lawrence E. Marshall, who is 
on a committee named by Vir- 
ginia Beach City Council to 
study the need for a stadium 
for various sports, said it may 
be "far out," but the idea is 
worth exploring. 

Marshall told the VIRGINIA 
BEACH SUN that he plans to 
talk to some qualified engineers 
to see if the idea might work. 
It was suggested by another 
city official, whom he did not 
identify. 

The possibility of putting a 
stadium in a gulch, ravine of 
on the side of a hill is not 
new. 

But putting one in an existing 
borrow pit poses a lot of quest- 
ions. Some of them:What would 
the drainage problem be? Where 
would cars park? What type 
of material would be needed for 
the seating? 

On the city committee with 
Marshall are Councilman 
Albert Lee Bonney Sr., and 
Assistant City Manager Roger 
M. Scott. 

While making it clear that the 
Idea Is only at the explorative 
stage, Marshall said that if it 
were economically feasible, a 
stadium in a borrow pit could 
be used for multiple purposes. 

"If it were, say 50 or 75 
acres in size, an automobile 
racing tra^ aind an arena also 
could 1i« pjtt at the «aQ»e local' 
lun," he said. 

Marshall said , he hopes to 
look at an existing stadium 
soon in Memphis Tenn., which 
he has heard about. He also said 
members of the committee are 
gathering data on various kinds 
of stadiums and arenas. 

Commenting that the city's 
borrow-pit ordinance requires 
that sloping sides be provided 
after hi^way builders finish 
getting material from the pits, 
Marshall said the ratio of slope 
(three to one feet) could be 
about right for seatings, like 
that a number of amphitheaters 
or football "bowls" have. 

With a stadium and other 
events In a depressed section 
of the earth's surface, sounder 
noise would be deflected upward, 
Marshall suggested. 

For an automobile race track, 
such as one in Charlotte, N.C. 
and other cities, the stadium 
could have one end open to allow 
for e}9>anslon of the auto track. 

Marshall said he has written 
for Information ona "new kind" 
of pre-stressed wood which Re- 
portedly has economical as- 
pects, or Is below the costs of 
some other building materials. 

It also has been suggested 
that a large sports stadium 
could ultimately be used for 
annual Thanksgiving services. 



While the VIRGINIA BEACH 
SUN Is a Thursday publication, 
the management decided to 
publish this edition on Wednes- 
day so people on the SUN staff 
can enjoy the Thanksgiving 
holiday. 

The pi*llsher, stocklwlders 
and staff of this newspa^wr 
thanks Its many subscribers, 
advertisers, friends and neigh- 
bors who believe the growing 
City of Virginia Beach deserves 
and needs this newspaper to 
serve and promote the city's 
fiiture. 

Their continued sui;p)rt In 
word and deed is ai^reciated 
In such a competitive situation 
as exists In the Tidewater area. 



Sun Insiders. 



Thanksgiving Edi 
Calamkir Copers . . 
S«rvlcem«f s News 
Powter Puff Game. 



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Mrs. Mary B. Mather, media specialist, straightens some of the 
many books that were on display during the 17th annual boolc dis- 
play at the Virginia Beach Schools Media Center last weel<. The 
display was to intro<duce new books to librarians, teachers and 
parents. Books for secondary schools will be on display in March. 



plus other attractions or events 
of great interest. 

On another proposal being 
studied by the city government 
here, the VIRGINIA BEACH 
SUN learned that a committee 
has sent a letter of inquiry 
to U.S. Army officials at Ft. 
Eustis, Va., about a' proposal 
to build an airport for small, 
private planes near the west 
edge of Fort Story, 

Members of that committee 
are R. Bradshaw Pulley, James 



P. Sadler, Albin R. Mailhes 
and J.H, Reinburg. 

Whether tnere has been any 
progress on another long-range 
matter, a proposed regional , 
airport for commercial pass- 
enger carriers requiring long 
runways, was ajiiatter of spec- 
ulation In the area early this 
week. 

One "highly reliable" source 
said, however, that the City 
of Chesapeake is working on 
plans for an air transporta- 
tion terminal with enough land 



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to allow for eventual expansion 
into an airfield of International, 
or world stature. 

Knowledgeable sources In the 
aircraft and tourist Industry 
have said the U.S. Government 
may soon allocate grants-in- 
aid to develop Patrick Henry 
Airport in the Newport News 
and Hampton areas. Norfolk 
Municipal Airport is reportedly 
inadequate for new passenger 
planes ordered by commercial 
carriers which use the airport 
at high cost. 




The ^Airmen of Note' with flags of countries where they have per- 
formed. 

'Airmen of Note' Plan Concert 
At Civic Center November 28 



BEACH BOROUGH"The 
United States Air Force Dance 
Orchestra, called the "Airmen 
of Note", will present a free 
concert at 8 p.m. Tuesday, 
November 28, at Virginia Beach 
Civic Center here. 

The world-renowned orches- 
tra's visit to Virginia Beach is 
sponsored by Radio Station 
WVAB (1550 k.'c), the city's 
local radio station. 

Chief Warrant Officer Bob 
Bunton, personable leader of 
the Air Force orchestra, is 
considered one of the most 
talented jazz arrangers in 
military music. He has been 
tond leader since 1953, aiKl 
earlier was leader of the 
European jazz-dance orchestra, 
the U.S. Air Force-Europe 
"Ambassadors," as well as 
musical units in Minnesota, 
Missouri, Ja^n, Virginia and 
California. 



The "Airmen of Note" have 
been acclaimed by music critics 
and musicians alike as "one of 
the best musical organizations 
in the big band field," and the 
orchestra has shared the \fisA 
stand at times with the orches- 
tras of Count Basle, Woody 
Herman, Ray McKlnley, Ralph 
Flanagan, Skitch Henderson, 
Buddy Morrow, Myer Davis and 
Lester Lanin. 

The Air Force orchestra has 
made three tours overseas 
which included almost all Euro- 
pean countries, parts of Africa 



and Greenland. 

They have appeared m. vari- 
ous television networks in this 
nation and overseas and have 
made numerous records, in- 
cluding some with such popular 
singers as Carmen MacRae 
June Christy, Jon Hendricks, 
Nancy Wilson and Matt Munro. 

The orchestra has roots which 
go all of the way back to 1942 
and the late Major Glenn Mill- 
er's pioneering efforts with Air 
Force dance music. It was his 
idea to give the troops the music 
they wanted to hear. 



Beach Has More 
Legitimate' Births 



Hofidoy Trash 
Pick U» i^ 



The collection of trash awl 
refuse in the City of Virginia 
Beach on Thanksgiving Day will 
be on a iwrmal schedule, 
according to Cecil P. LaM, 
superintendent of sanitation. 

Trash and refuse collection 
will be In tlwse residential 
areas where trucks iwrmally 
pick up garbage m Thirsday of 
each week. 



There apparently is a higher 
rate of "legitimate," or In- 
wedlock births in Virginia Beach 
than in Norfolk, Portsmouth aiKi 
Chesapeake, according to a 
report from the Virginia De- 
partment of Health. 

A recently published report 
from the department on the 
percentages of "illegitimate" 
births during 1966, was analyzed 
by the VIRGINIA BEACH SUN to 
see how the four cities compared 
Dn legitimate births. 

The rate for Virginia Beach 
was 93 per cent for each 100 
live births, compared with only 
86.4 per ce^ In Norfolk, 90.1 
per ce^ In Chesapeakeaod 
82Jper ceitflnPortsmouth, 



wnicn nao tne nignest "Illegiti- 
mate" rate. 

The analysis also showed: 

*The Virginia Beach rate was 
the only one of those for the 
four cities which was higher 
than the State of Virginia rate, 
which was 91.1, or the same as 
for Chess^ieake. 

*0n the illegitimate side of 
the report, Virginia Beach and 
Chesapeake had equal munben 
ami the lowest among the four 
cities,— each with 184. Virginia 
Beach has a larger popul^ksi 
than Chesapeake and Ports- 
mouttu 

^Norfolk led in the number of 
Ulegitimate birtte (896), and 
PortsmcNith was se&>nd, wltt 
376. 






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Virginia Beach Sun 



Wednesday, November 22, 1967 



CMc Chwus 



Tte Virginia Beach tivic 
Choros will perform Its annual 
dtfskal OMcert on Sunday, 
Dtcembar 10, at 5:00 p.m. at 
(kUlee E^copal Church, 40th 
ud Fltcmc. The Chorus will 
«lng amlxed program of Christ- 
mas music and other choral 
wcMris, from tte laroque period 
to the modem. 

Joining the singers for part 
of the iMTOfram will be the 
Virginia Beach Recorder Soc- 
iety, and organ accompaniment 
win be performed by James 
Jostlce. 

The candleli ght concert, 
under the direction of Charles 
OUver, is open to the public. 




Students Learn 
'/Imerican Way' 



The Rev. Melvin J. Hughes, 
{»stor of Princess Anne Plaza 
Bai^t Church, will be the 
speaker for a 7:30 p.m. Thank- 
sgiving Eve worship at that 
church on Rose.Tij:t Real, 
located Just west of the Princesis 
Anne Plaza Shopping Center. 



Other churches participating 
include St. Nicholas Catholic 



Church, St. Francis Episcopal 
Church and Princess Anne Plaza 
Methodist Church, 

Eastern Shore Chapel, Epis- 
copal, plans to have holy com- 
munion and a sermon at 10:30 
a.m. Thanksgiving Day. 




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las C r i n k 1 a w, Michael Vogt, 
Victor Kalasinsky, Howard 
Richardson, Curt Kemp, Mark 
Laubach, Earl Selby, Winslow 
Stillman, Linwood Perry, Ro- 
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Charles Brown, Jesse Woods, 
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Thomas Eagar and Bob German. 

Girls were Diane Bellomy, 
Cathy Gaffney, Shelley Pan- 
coast, Andrea Benda, Barbara 
Byrtus, Martha Chevalier, 
Nancy Harris, Lynn Manning, 
Pam Garrett, Jacky Sivetsen, 
Carol Bohlman, Jennifer Moore, 
Faye Frost, Jennifer Broun, 
Kathleen Lassiter, Pat Morris, 
Jere Hudson, Deborah Stone 
and Lorraine Caruana, 

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Mrs. Nathaniel M. Bordner Jr„ Mrs. Douglas McCloud and W. 
Earl Willis, administrator of General Hospital of Virginia Beach, 
look over the site where a new 55-bed addition to the hospital Is 
being constructed. Willis recently received a sizable check as a 
donation from the Ladies Auxiliary, ,F.O. P. Lodge No, 8, of which 
Mrs. McCloud and Mrs. Bordner are members. 

Crosswhite Urges 
Care in Mailing 

BEACH BOROL'GH—Post- 
master J. T. Crosswhite, Jr., 
today urged the citizens of 
Virginia Beach to be sure and 
use the correct address on 
letters and packages they are 
mailing td servicemen over- 
seas. 

He said each overseas mil- 
itary address should include the 
serviceman's grade or rank, 
full name and service, or serial 
number; the complete name of 
his military unit; the overseas 
post office (New York, N.Y.; 
San Franciscd, Calif.; or 
Seattle, Wash.), ami the APO 
or FPO numlH-r (usually 5 digits 
or numbers). 

Christmas mail volume goii% 
overseas is expected to in- 
crease up to 30 per cent above 
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Virginia Beach Sun 



Page 3 




Sherri Smith, a freckled miss, is the fea- 
tured performer in '^The Odd Couple/' 
playing Wednesday through Saturday of 
each week at Wedgewood Dinner Theatre 
In Williamsburg. The dining area and the- 
atre are housed in separate rooms, and 
play performances are at 7 and 8:30 p.m. 




By Les 

:>fi. Marry i». Seager, Jr., 
attached to the 1st Police Pre- 
cinct, Beach Borough, has an- 
swered the recent challenge of 
a golf match from Sgt. Daniel 
Creelman, Jr., of the 3rd Pre- 
cinct, Bayside Borough, Seager 
Mid, "Men of the 1st Precinct 
patrol challenge anyone at the 
3rd Precinct,, especially Sgt. 
Creelman, to a golf match, at 
any time or any place." 

Night work for Justices of 
the Peace can produce varied 
human dramas. For example, 
H. Bates Reese recently had 
an overflow of customers 
brought to the Bayside Borough 
precinct for sundry infractions 
of the law. 

When Reese attempted to set 
bond for one gentleman, ijroogW 
to Rie station under the in- 
fluence of "John Barleycorn," 
it became quite evident he would 
be unable to raise the requir- 
ed fee. 

Another person, who had run 
afoul of the law, promptly took 
up other's cause,. By passing 
the hat amoi^ those brought to 
the station, he raised the re- 
quired amount of Iwnd. 

Chief C. M. Davis, of the 
Little Creek NAB fire station, 
says more toys are still l>eing 

sought for distribution to 
underprlviledged c h i 1 d r e n at 
Christmas. New, or repairable 



Lehigh 

toys, will be accepted and may 
be left at any fire station in 
Virginia Beach. I'he toys will 
be taken to the Little Creek 
fire station for repair. 

Officer C.J.Rogers, attached 
to the Bayside Police Precinct, 
returning from a deer hunting 
trip into the woods of Vermont, 
gave his fellow train passen- 
gers some food for thought. 

Rogers said he had packed 
venison sandwiches for his trip 
home. As he unwrapped them, 
the aroma spread to his fellow 
passengers. They asked Rogers 
where they could obtain simi- 
liar refreshment. 

With a good-humored 
chuckle, Rogers replied: 
"Check with the conductor when 
he comes through. I'm sure 
he'll be ^le to serve you." 

Among hunters in the 
Virginia Beach Police Division 
who took to blinds on the open- 
ing day of the duck season last 
Saturday were Capt. F.C.Davis, 
2nd Precinct C.O,; Capt. W.J. 
(Bucky) Moore, Jr., 3rd Pre- 
cinct CO., .and Moore's son, 
Joey. 

Moore said the trio returned 
from the Back Bay area with 
the legal limit. Officer F.R. 
Scarboro, attached to the 2nd 
Precinct, spent the opening day 
of the season as a pide for 
other duck hunters. 



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earning spending money for deliv- 
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collecting -must be dependable and 
willing to work. For additional in- 
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Glenn Holloman Heads 
Tidewater Heart Fund 



Glenn A. Holloman of the 
Thalia area here Is general 
campaign chairman for the 1968 
Tidewater Heart Fund drive, 
which begins in February of 
next year. 

Holloman Is vice president 
and sales manager of Norfolk 
Coca-Cola Bottling Company. 
The announcement that he will 
be general campaign chairman 
was made by George P. Leigh 
Jr., Tidewater Heart Associa- 
tion president. 

Holloman will direct the 
chapter's fund raising efforts 
during the month of February 
throughout Virginia Beach, 
Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesa- 
peake, Suffolk-Nansemond, 
Franklin-Southampton, and 
Smithfield-lsle of Wight. He is 
a member of Thalia Trinity 
Presbyterian Church, Bayside 
Masonic Lodge, the YMCA, and 
is a Major in the U.S. Marine 





Glenn A. Holloman 

Corps Reserves, llis wife is the 
former Mary Evelyn Woodside 
of Bristol, Tenn. They have two 
children, Ralph, 6, and Mary 
Evelyn, 3. ' 




At the club's November meet- 
ing of the Lakeville Estates 
Garden Club, held at the home 
of Mrs. Sally Newman, George 
Baker, curator of Norfolk 
Botanical Gardens, gave a 
lecture-slide on bonsai. 

Mrs. Judy Wooten, Mrs. Sandi 
Clair and Mrs. Newman re- 
ceived blue ribbons for their 
"Thanksgiving Fiesta" floral 
arrangements. 

The next meeting will beheld 
on Dec. 4 at the home of Mrs. 
Tommy Weatherly. Edith Rick- 
ett. demonstrator for VEPCO 
will present her program on the 
"ABC's of Entertaining for the 



Holidays". Mrs. Gustav Schnei- 
der, who helped organize this 
club, will judge gift-wrapped 
pollyannas. 

Ya. Wesleyon 
Receives Grant 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH-Virginia 
Wesleyan College has received 
a grant of $2,500.00 from the 
Sears, Roebuck Company Foun- 
dation. 

The check for this amount was 
presented recently to President 
Lambuth M. Clarke by James 
Gara, Tidewater District Man- 
ager of Sears. 



The Benevolent & Protective 
Order of Elks, Virginia Beach 
Lodge 2268, and others are 
participating in "Know Your 
America Week," being observed 
this week in Virginia Beach, 

The theme for today's obser- 
vance is "The schools our 
children attend." The theme for 
Thursday is "Consider the 
blessings of freedom." The 
theme for Friday is "The jobs 
at which we work, and the 



Club to Make 
Hats, Aprons 



The Nimo Golden Age Club 
met In the home of Mrs. Harriet 
Hyman on Long Street, with 
Mrs. Sara P. Cason, presiding. 
Prayer was offered by Mrs. 
Herbert Green. The scripture 
lesson was read by Mrs. Teresa 
Brown. 

After the various members 
made their testimony on "how 
God had blessed them," dues 
were collected. Much of the 
discussion was on methods to 
raise money for the club. 

The members decided to make 
hats and aprons, to be sold at a 
fashion show. The club was able 
to turn in $45.00 for the Mt. 
Zion Church Building Fund. 

The hostess and her daughter, 
Mrs. Ruth Bright, served hot 
coffee, pie and cake. 

The meeting was closed with 
prayer by the Rev, H.C. Benja- 
min. 



theme for Saturday is "The 
faiths by which we live." 

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Navy Wives 
Elect Officers 



Princess Anne Navy Wives 
Club of America No. 143 elected 
officers this past week. 

Newly elected president Mrs. 
Marion Way will be joined by 
Mrs, Herbert Snider, vice-pre- 
sident; Mrs. George Vernon, 
recording secretary; Mrs. 
Melvin Leha, corresponding 
secretary; Mrs, Carl Plavidal, 
treasurer; Mrs. Barbara Robb- 
ins, parliamentarian, and Mrs. 
Lloyd Wilhelm, chaplin, to help 
formulate the activities for the 
coming year. 



Dr. Glazer Moves Practice 
From Norfolk to Beach 



Dr. l.N. Glazer, optometrist, 
has assumed the practice of 
Salasky Optical Co. at 315 Laskln 
Road in the Beach Borough. 
Dr. Glazer formerly practiced 
In Norfolk for many years. 

He studied at the University 
of Missouri and is a graduate 
of Pennsylvania State College 
of Optometry, He seryed as an 
officer in World War II, saw 
duty in both Europe and the 
Pacific. 

He was a charter member 
of the First Special Service 
Forces, now known as the famed 
Green Berets. Dr. Glazer was 
awarded a Certificate of Merit 
for meritorious service during 
the Battle of the Bulge In Europe. 
His wife is the former Shirlee 
Frances Glasser o f Norfolk, 




Dr. i.N. Glazer 



ThanksgMng Service 5ef 



Mrs. James Counts of the 
Davis-ElUs NWCA No, 241 was 
honored with a dinner at the 
CPO Club, Little Creekon Tue- 
sday, November 21st at 7:30 p.m. 

Mrs. Counts was recently 
elected national vice-president 
of the Navy Wives Clubs of 
America. 

Club members and their hus- 
bands joined Mr. and Mrs. J. 
Russell Griffin, club president^ 
and LCDR and Mrs, Salop, club 
sponsors and executive officer 
of the Amphibious Base. 



BEACH BOROUGH-The 
First Church of Christ, Scien- 
tist, Virginia Beach, will hold 
a thanksgiving service in the 
church edifice on 20th Street at 

4-Her Wins Trip 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH 

Miss Mary Bungard, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs, C.H. Bungard 
of Crabtree Lane, is scheduled 
to fly to Chicago Saturday with 
38 other Virginia delegates to 
the National 4-H Congress. 

A trip to a National 4-H 
Club Congress is one of the 
highest honors in 4-H and is 
earned by youths who have 
worked for at least six years 
in 4-H and shown outstanding 
growth in character, leadership 
and citizinshlp. 



11 a.m. Thursday, continuing 
the tradition of Christian 
Science churches throughout 
most of the world. 

A specially prepared "Than- 
ksgiving" lesson-sermon will 
be read at the service, and it 
includes passages from the 
Bible and the denominational 
textbook, "Science and Health 
with Key to the Scriptures;" 
the keynote for the service will 
be a Golden Text from Psalms: 
"0 Lord, open thou my lips; 
and my mouth shall shew forth 
thy praise." 

Music for the service will be 
performed by Clifford Herzer. 
Mrs. Virginia Opolio will sing 
solo, entitled "Thanks," Mrs. 
Hilda Wilson, first reader, and 
Mrs. Frances Boykin, second 
reader, will conduct the seri- 
vices. 




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" we just tooK out Insurance 
on our Insurance. We bought 
our family plot at ." 

"All of a sudden we found out how important it is to 
buy cemetery property ahead of time... from the fam- 
ily of our nelghtmr down the street. Our neighbor who 
made the mistake of waiting too long. 

"There is enough sorrow at a time like this without add- 
ing needless extra distress. And when the cost must be 
met all at once, (he financial drain can be considerable. 
We want to be sure our savings and insurance money 
are used for living expenses - not for final arrangements. 

"The surprising thing about it, though, is how easy and 
pleasant it was to buy at Princess Anne Memorial Park. 
You've never seen a place that looks less like a cemetery. 
No riR)le of water. It is the kind of place even the young- 
sters understand - the kind of place you know you will 
always feel comfortable about visiting." 

The One Purchase Every Family Must Make 

Perhaps you feel you're too young to think about a me- 
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Permanent care is included In the price of every plot. 
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Wednfsday, November 22, 1967 

Published by Beach Publishing Corporation 



Make It a Prayerful Day 



Tomorrow is that traditional 
day of Thanlcsgiving, Nov. 23, 
this year, and families through- 
out our city, our state and our 
nation will be re-enacting to 
some extent, America's First 
Thanksgiving. 

Here in Virginia Beach, as 
well as in our neighboring 
communities, we have much to 
be thankful for in a period of 
time when the world situation 
appears to be testing the moral 
fiber, the courage, the beliefs 
and the credibility of men and 
women who each search for the 
truth and wisdom we all need. 

While the future at times 
appears grim, or uncertain, 
most of the people in our city of 
love and compassion for their 

families, friends and neighbors 
are certain of at I east one thing. 
The thanks expressed in many 
ways by the young and the old 
in heart or spirit will reflect 
the courage, the energy, the 
loyalty and the good health 
necessary to carry on the battles 
we must. 

Our troubles may at times 
appear insurmountable, but yet 
when we see and think about 
those less fortunate, it makes 
us feel far better. 

In our community of an awe- 
some and prayerful future, we 
feel sure that progress will 



continue here at home as leaders 
seek to solve more distant and 
perplexing problems. 

What people can do to help 
themselves, along with what 
they can do to help others is 
what counts on this earth, as 
sure as the celestial sun rises 
on a clear day and the silvery 
moon shines on a clear night. 

The young in our commijnity, 
whether physically or mentally, 
can be thankful for the wisdom 
and guidance of those who lead 
us today. While some might 
disagree with them, faith and 
trust will go a long way, with a 
touch of humor for good mea- 
sure. 

The old in our community can 
be confident that the bounding 
spirit, energy, courage, respect 
and appreciation of those who 
are younger— along with their 
cooperative nature and a will- 
ingness to learn- -will provide 
excellent leadership in the 
years, or decades ahead. 

Peace or no peace, war or no 
war, the combined wisdom, 
courage, integrity, loyalty and 
hope of all are strong enough to 
continue our community on a 
steady course. 

For all of this, we can be 
tfiankful on Thanksgiving Day, 
tomorrow and for ever more to 
the Almighty. 






The Cape Henry C ross (Photo by C. Phelps) 



*Block Mothers' on the Move 



When it comes to borrowing 
ideas from neighboring cities, 
the City of Norfolk is no piker. 

Just the other day, we learned 
where the voluntary child-pro- 
tection program, called "Block 
Mothers", is being introduced 
to a number of residential areas 
of Norfolk. 

From what we were told, the 
program is the same which 
some public-spirited and ima- 
giiibtive women in the suburbs 
of Virginia Beach started many 
months ago this year. The local 
Police Youth Bureau has coop- 
erated in the program, and also 
has been showing films to 
various civic groups to help 
parents and children concerned 
about possible danger from 
some who have other than good 
intentions. 

As early as in the Spring of 
this year, mothers in Arrow- 
head, Carolanne Farms, Malibu, 



Diamond Springs, Gardenwood 
Park and Pembroke Manor who 
were alarmed by daily press 
reports of crime established 
"Block Mother" programs. 
They eased the minds of nwth- 
ers. 

Perhaps some of Norfolk's 
troubled citizens can improve 
on the idea. Vv'hile we would like 
to believe the program started 
in our community, a military 
wife told a SUN reporter that 
the "Block Mother" idea ori- 
ginated in a California city. 

We often wonder where it 
really began. In St. Louis? At- 
lanta? Minneapolis? New York? 
Philadelphia? Chicago? Boston? 
Houston? Jacksonville? Birm- 
ingham? Cleveland? Los Ange- 
les? 

Ideas, particularly good ones, 
seem to succeed In the fertile 
and responsible valleys of hu- 
manitarian thought and deed. 



'Look Around* 

Editor, Virginia Beach Sun 

Brave young men of America 
sail from Norfolk to fight the 
Communist enemy on foreign 
soil, but the decisive war, the 
battle for mens minds is being 
fought right here in America. 
This cold war we are losing 
because of the inability of the 
people and their elected leaders 
to recognize the enemy. 

On Friday, November 10th, 
the Virginian Pilot printed a full 
page of the enemies' propagan- 
da, labelled as advertisement. 

"Masters of Deceit" is J. 
Edgar Hoover's description of 
the Communist leaders, and the 
Socialist Labor Party as an arm 
of the Communist Party USSR 
is quite adept in the deception. 
So deceitful are they in their 
claim that "all the things said 
about Socialism are untrue," 
they apparently fooled the E(i- 
tors and Publishers of some 
local newspaper. The man whose 
name ai^ars at the bottom of 
Fridays Socialist advertise- 



ment, Arnold Petersen, writes 
the introduction and the Ameri- 
can Preface to Karl Marx's 
Communist Manifesto. In this 
work, as published in New York 
by The Socialist Labor Party 
(6th Printing 1964), which calls 
for an overthrow of our Ameri- 
can government and Constitu- 
tion, he writes "As a summary 
ofthe fundamentals of Marxism, 
or scientific socialism. — " 

On the front page of this 
week's Barron's are published 
some verbatim extracts from 
official Communist transcripts, 
sufch as: 

"The destiny of World Com- 
munism depends on thetriumi* 
of Communism in the East", 
and "In a country where the 
Ixjurgeoisie, or counter-revo- 
lutionary Social Democracy is 
in power, the Communist Party 
must learn to coordinate its 
legal work with its illegal work, 
|uid the legal work must always 
be under the effective control 
of the illegal party". 

The published plan of the 
international Comiriunist con- 
spiracy is external encircle- 
ment (Korea, Africa, Cuba, Viet 
Nam, etc.), plus internal de- 
moralization (educational chaos 
as far as the teaching of patrl- 
otism, and proven mores, 
heresy from the pulpit is "God 
is Dead", race riots, Increased 
taxation to feed the socialist 
inspired welfare state) leads to 
progressive surrender (Antl- 
Nationalism, Red-controlled lH 
World Government, Nuclear 
balckmail). 

Communist thought, or scien- 
tific Socialism has infiltrated 
into nearly every phase of 
American life as planned by 



Hie VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 
welcomes letters to Ute editor. 
Th^ will be publlsliedas space 
permits. Each letter must be 
signed and Include address of 
the writer, but only the name 
will be published. Lettere are 
invited oo any issues. 

Mail each to: Tbe Editor , 
VIRGINIA BEACH SUN. Post 
Office Box 657,VirKiQia Beaciv 
Virginia^Si. 

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those wbo would cooquer us. 
Open your eyes and lookarduDd 
if you don't believe me! 

William H. Whitmore Jr. 
Norfolk 

(Editor's Note: Freedom of 
Speech, or expression, is » 
guarantee of the Constitut- 
ion.) 

New Solution? 

Editor, Virginia Beach Sun 

The headline of your Novem- 
ber 16tb issue could hardly be 
more misloding to thecitlB«is 
of Virginia Beach. The headline 
I am referring to is as follows 
(Ratio Boost Doesn't Mean Tax 
Increase, Offlclals Say). 

The entire statement is a half 
truth installed in Uie headline 
to deceive Uie peo|de. If not, 
then this paper and the city 
officials or officials irtio made 
this statement must have 
arrived upon a new soluticn 
for paying c^ the bonds which 
will be floated for the much- 
needed sdnols, and the not 
necessary ooodescript (rejects 
which are always tied to all 
school bond issues. 
W.J. Dekker 
Beach Borough 



A SLTVIMARY OF 

THE TABLE 

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, 
341 acres by 197 5 for 31 schools, 
396 more acres for 36 addit- 
ional schools by 1985; JUNIOR 
HIGH SCHOOLS, 280 acres by 
1975 for 8 schools, 240 more 
acres by 1985 for 7 additional 
schools; and HIGH SCHOOLS, 
100 acres by 1975 for 2 schools, 
150 more acres by 1985 for 3 
schools. Total - - 1,512 acres for 
87 schools ^y the year 1985. 



Opie Luck 



I see where they've 
put Apple Jack in a 
Snak Pak. 




Who has? General Mills 
or the Battle Creek boys? 






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^Coordination^ A sked for Schools 

(Editor's Note: The VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, to inform its readers on the future educational needs 
in Virginia Beach, is publishing by chapters "^!ai;ter Plan Report No. 7," prepared by the City 
Planning Commission and the City School Board for consideration Iqr City Council. Here is 
Chapter IV.) 

CRITERIA FOR SCHOOL 
PLANNING AND COMPUTED 
SCHOOL REQUIREMENTS 
"The accepted planning cri- 
teria for school planning areas 
follows: 

"1. Elementary School (Gra- 
des 1 through 6) 600 pupils with 
a basic site of 5 acres plus axi 
additional acre for each 100 
pupils. 

"2. Junior High School fGra- 
des 7 through 9) 1500 pupils; a 
basic site of 20 acres plus an 
additional acre per 100 pupils. 

"3. High School (Grades 10 
through 12) 2000 students; a 
basic site of 30 acres plus an 
additional acre per 100 pupils. 

"It should be pointed out here 
that, in selecting schoul sites, 
close coordination with the 
Recreation Commission should 
be exercised so that a possibk 
joiiH site may be acquired. 

"By using the above optimum 
enrollment factors and applying 
them to combinations of planning 
district projected enrollments, 
a series of education zones by 
school type can be generated 
with specific recommeiKlations 
for the number and types of 
additional schools required for 
the years 1975 and 1985. 

"TTje following table summa- 
rizes additional school and 
acreage re<piiremeirts for the 
years 1975 and 1985. 



"It should be noted here that 
in completing the 87 additional 
schools required from now to 
1985, obsolescence and subse- 
quent replacement of schools 
was rK)t considered. For in- 
stance, Creeds Elententary, 
Bayside Elementary, and Court 
House Elementary are now 
obsolescent and will be obsolete 
by 1975. 

-BRANCH 



"There follows a schematic 
drawing of the Community 
School Concept. This CMtcept 
prc^sK to combine neighbor- 
hood facilities requirements 
with tbe inrimary academic 
facility. The community facili- 
ties will Include: a branch 
library/school library; a com- 
munity meeting center ulildi 
can also be opened to the school 
cafeteria for Civil Defense 
purposes; an ^ministrative 
office which can be used not only 
by the Parks and Recreation 
Department for the issuance d 
athletic equipment, but also 
used by the Departments of 
Health and Welfare and tbe 
Offices of the Treasurer and 
the Commissioner of Revenue 
as needed; stowers and rest- 
rooms; and the gym. All tb^e 
facilities can be closed off from 
Oie main academic facility when 
required." 

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Emerger]cies 



Va. Beach Police, Dispatcher 

Fire, Rescue & Ambulance Dispatcher (Beach 
Borough; Va. Beach Rescue Squad; Ocean 
Park, Davis Corner, Chesapeake Beach, 
Oceana, Plaza, London Bridge, Thalia, Sea- 
tack, Kempsville, Court House, Creeds and 
Blackwater volunteers) % . . . 

U.S. Coast Guard 

LigM or Power Off (Vepco) 



.426-6231 



. 428-2363 
393-6081 
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Courts 



(business hours) 

Circuit Court, John V. Fentress, clerk 

Commonwealth's Attorney, R.L. Simpson Jr. ..... . 

Municipal Court, G.F. WUllaras, clerk 



,426-6111 
,426-6111 
,426-6111 



Municipal Offices 



Agricultural Agent, E.R. Cockrell Jr 

City Attorney, Harry A. Marshall » 

City High Constable, R.R. McChesney 

City Manager, W. Russell Hatcbett 

Fiiance Director, Giles G. Dodd. 

Industrial Development, L. Dean Curtis, dlr 

Parks & Recreation, Harold S. Wbitehurst, dlr 

Personnel, Edgar A. Culverhouse, dir 

Planning, F. Mason Gamage, dir 

Public Health, Dr. Madge May, dir 

Public Library, Mrs. Margar^ Beda, librarian . . . . 

Public School Administration 

PubUc UtiUties, A. Worth Petty, dir 

Public Welfare, Mrs. Frances Elrod, dir 

Pid)lic Works, Charles S. Klley, dir 

Revenue Commissioner, Ivan D. Man;) 

Safety & Traffic Engineering (also Weights & 

Measures), Reeves E. Johnson, dir. 

Sanitation (trash k refuse collection), 

Cecil P. Land, stqpt 

Treasurer, V.A. (Jack) Etherldge .............. 

Virginia Beach Civic Center, Samuel W. Sortt, dir. . . . 



426-6111 
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426-6111 
426-6111 
426-6111 
497-4885 
426-6111 
426-6111 
426-6291 
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426-6286 
428-4511 
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428-2459 
426-6111 

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Others 



(business hours) 
Virginia Beach Chamber of Commerce, Albin R. 

Mailhes, exec. v.p 

Virginia Beach Post Office, J.T. Crosswhite Jr., 

postmaster 



428-1922 
428-2821 



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VIRGINIA BBCH 

COUR/ 

NEW 

Virginia Beach Circuit Court 

Judges 

Robert S. Wahab 

Paid W. Addss 

George W. Vakos 

Decisions Nov. 10 to 17, 1967 

Frank Hackney, Jr., Virginia Beach Blvd., Virginia B^cb, 
found guilty of assault, sentenced to 60 days in Jail; set^ence 
suspended for one year on condition of tils good t)ehavior. 

William H. Beale, Route No. 4, Virginia Beach, indicted for 
malicious wounding, found guilty of discharging a fire arm in a 
public place, sentenced to 30 days in jail; sentence suspended for 
two vears on condition of good behavior. 

WUUe E. Brown, Dam Neck, Virginia Beach, appealed Mioadpal 
CcHirt charge of reckless driving, found guilty, fined $2M.00aod 
costs, seirtenced to 12 moitfhs in Jail; sentence suspMded for 
one year on conditionof good behavior, drivers license suspended 
for six months. 

VirginiaBeach Municipal Court 

, Judges 

Pressley B. White 

Mary R. Speight 

Frank E. Butler, HI 

Convictions Nov. 10, to 16, 1967 
Edward C. Williams, Romney Lane, Virginia Beach, convicted 
of reckless driving, fined $25.00 and costs. 

Jerry M. Payne, MS& Spiegle Grove, ronvlcted (tf recklMS 
driving, fined $50.00 and costs. 

Joyce Lee Dotson, Quail St., Norfolk, Va., convicted of reckless 
driving, fined $25.00 and costs. 

Edward F. Anxalone, Ocean View Avenue, Norfolk, Va., 
convicted of reckless driving, fined $50.00 and costs. 

WllUe L. Harvey, Little Neck Road, Virginia Beach, convicted 
of reckless driving, fined $35.00 and costs. 

William S. Harris, Jr., Caribbean Ave., Virginia Beach, 
convicted of reckless driving, fined $35.00 and costs. 

David W hi tt Ingham, Hartwood Avenue, Virginia Beach, 
convicted of reckless driving, fined $100.00 and costs. 

Rolf W. Neuhaus, l^m Neck, Virginia Beach, convicted of 
reckl^s driving, fined $30.00 and cc&is, drivers license 
suspended for 30 days. 

Oscar Brown, Barberton Drive, Virginia Beach, emvicted of 
reckless driving, fined $25.00 and costs. 

Richard G. Lavy, NAS Oceana, Virginia Beach, convided of 
reckless driving, Oned $25.00 and costs. 

Patrick J. Roberts, USS Dahlgren, convicted of reckless 
driving, fined $25.(X) and costs. 

Russell Lee Gathman, NAS Oceam^ Virginia Beach, convided 
of reckless driving, ttned $30.00 and (»ste, driveiv Ueeue 
suspended for 30 days. 

Virginia Beach Javenile & 

Domestic Relations Court 

Judges 
Pldlip L. Russo 
Mary R. Spelgjit 
Frank E. Butler, in 
Case Summation Nov, 10 to 17, 1967 
Tbe court had hearings on 32 Juvenile petitioas i^^ ooBcnriMd 
persnu 17 y»rs of age or luder accused (tf vlolatioK stote Unw 
or dty ordinances. None of the cases iovotvad fdoniw. 

Other cases which the court settled iimdved 13 w allepd 
traffic law viol^ons aiKl 9 on family dom^tic pt^mm. There 
vere four cases of par«ital nM-smx>rt <tobv ^ above 
ealmdar (tales. 



COMMUNITY SCHOOL CONCEPT 



7Ms mu^aper i$ tent to the oMeei wfp^Uekau 
\anddtidUU in Norfolk, PoHtmmUk, Ctrnm^^n 
and Virgl^a Beoch a$ a eonHeoy of Wyimi'Wri§IU\ 
M^m- Com^mm, your ClaryiUr-lmpmM DeaUr. 



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Beach Electrical Firm 
Wins Contract at Shipyard 




PORTSMOUTH—ThP £r» ' - 
. ■ tern Electric Contracting 
Company, Inc. of Virginia Beach 
has been awarded the third in a 
series of utility Improvement 
projects which have been a- 
warded in recent years for the 
Norfolk Naval Shipyard, accor- 
ding to Rear Admiral H. N. 
Wallin, CEC.USN, Commander, 
Atlantic Division, Naval Facili- 
ties Engineering Command. 

The $1,429,600 contract for 
the Utilities Third Increment 
will rehabilitate and modernize 
utility systems for ship berthing 
areas at drydocks 3, 4, 6, 7 and 
8; berths lA and 3, and Pier 4 
by providing electrical. substa- 
tions anddistributlonlines, 
steam lines, compressed air, 
fresh water lines and fire pro- 
tection. The estimated comple- 
tion of this work is July 1969. 



Utilities First Incr-ement 
rehabilitated 5,800 linear feet 
of sub-standard berthing and 
drydocki]jg area consisting of 
berths 42 and 43, piers 5 and 6, 
and drydocks 3 and 8 north. 
This $2,219,757 contract was 
awarded to the E.C. Ernst Inc. 
Company of Norfolk on 28 Feb- 
ruary 1962 and work was com- 
pleted in September 1964. 

Utilities Second Increment 
was awarded to Hicks and Ingle 
Company of Virginia, Inc., of 
Norfolk, Va. on 17 May 1963 and 
completed In September 1964, 
This project, in the amount of 
$1,348,000, rehabilitated the 
utility system for 9,100 linear 
feet of capital ship docking and 
berthing area. 

' This continuing improvement 
program will rehabilitate the 
entire utilities system for the 



waterfront area at the Norfolk 
Naval Shipyard when ultimately 
completed. 

The plans and specifications 
for various ptiases of these 
projects were all prepared by 
the architectural and engineer- 
ing firm of Hayes, Seay, Mattern 
and Mattern of Roanoke, Vir- 
ginia. 

F & M Declares 
40-Cenf DIvMend 

The board of directors of 
First & Merchants National 
Bank have declared a fourth- 
quarter dividend of 40 cents per 
share, for stockholders of 
record on December 15. The 
payment date will be December 
28. 



BUSINESS. INDUSTRY 



6 the PROFESSIONS 



BAYSIDE BOROUGH-W. 
Clark Fleming, general mana- 
ger of Bayville Farms, which 
has dairy operations in Virgi- 
nia Beach and Chesapeake, was 
honored by the Virginia Beach 
Chamber of Commerce at a 
luncheon on Tuesday of this 
week at the Admiralty Motel. 
Fleming was selected as Vir- 
ginia Beach Man of the Year 
In Agriculture earlier this year. 
The luncheon Tuesday was co- 
sponsored by the Virginia 
Beach, Norfolk and Chesapeake 
chambers of commerce. 



uty executive director for re- 
search'and planning rf the Vir- 
ginia State Ports Authority. 
He previously was assistant 
manager of The Port of New 
York Authority's Planning and 
Development. He has a mas- 
ter's degree in business admin- 
istration, and was associated 
with New York's port authority 
since 1955, 



Ernest T. Bauer, who lives in 
Princess Anne Plaza here, has 
assumed his new duties asdep- 



Mrs. Verna Lorene Frey of 
Wildwood Drive has been selec- 
ted to appear in the 1967 edition 
of "Outstanding Civic Leaders 
of America," an annual bio- 
graphical compilation of civic 
leaders in the nation. 



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Tuesday of each week is *'Crew Night" at the Little Theater of 
Virginia Beach's Courtyard Playhouse. And in this photograph, 
Anne Henry and Jim English build a staircase, and Mike Barlow 
does the wall painting for the Little Theater's production of 'Tive 
Finger Exercise," which will open December 1 at the Playhouse. 
For reservations, call 428-8500 between 8a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday 
through Saturday. Some season tickets are still available for the 
remaining four plays of the 1967-68 theater season. 

Norfolk Confractor Gets 



Job of HAS Oceono 



Viiginia 



NAS OCtANA-A Norfolk 
contractor, Coley and Peter- 
sen, Inc., has been awarded a 
$159,885 contract for the con- 
struction of Aircraft Direct Fu- 
eling Stations at NAS Dceana. 

The contract was among sev- 
eral recently announced by Rear 
Adm, H.N. Wallin, CKC, USN, 
Commander, Atlantic Division, 
Naval Facilities Engineering 
Coronoand (or the Fifth Naval 
District, 

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'Sing Out' 
Coming to 
Fort Story 

FT. STORY— A performance 
of a "Sli« (mt, Virginia" group 
is scheduled at Fort Story's 
Post Theatre on Saturday, 
November 25, at 3 p.m. The 
Virginia Beach and Williams- 
burg groups of "Sing Out, 
Virginia" will combine their 
youthful exuberance at this 
Thanksgiving weekend perfor- 
mance. 

The groups have actively 
toured the state, performing dJi 
many schools and civic func- 
tions, and have entertained 
Vietnam veterans at the Ports- 
mouth Naval Hospital. 

Admission to the Fort Story 
performance is free. 



Earlier this month. Mayor 
Frank A. Dusch, Rear Admiral 
Wallin and Capt. Albert K. Ear- 
nest, commanding officer at 
NAS Oceana, formally opened a 
million-dollar barracks for en- 
listed men at the jet base. 
The barracks Is three stories 
high and has facilities for app- 
roximately 504 men. 

Ceilings and walls are painted 
In pastd colors, to add a touch 
of warmth to the setting, wltti 
the idea of relaxation in mind. 



CHS 
Makes Appeal 
For Funds 



Persons In Virginia Beach 
have contributed $1,323 of the 
$45,616.53 donated to the Child- 
ren's Home Society of Virgi- 
nia In 1967, The goal for the 
year Is $70,000. 

The Children's Home Society 
currently Is conducting a 
Christmas appeal. 




Let our experience go 

to work for you. Only 

experts should tinker 

with a heating system. 

PRINCESS ANNE 
PLUMBING 
ELECTRICAL 

SUPPLIERS, INC. 

431 VA. BEACH BLVD. 
418-1660 or 428-1661 

PRINCESS AKHE STATICW 
4»-6216 
Raitto Disp^etaiTruda 



9 WAYS WHEAT & CO.. INC., 
SERVES TIDEWATER INVESTORS 



1. RESEARCH - field reports, industry surveys, 
rtOnthly market letters, spot news flashes and 
computer research. 

2. INVESi MENT BANKING - raising money for cor- 
porate clients, 

3. CORPORATE FINA^ICE - through mergers, stftck 
offerings and many ottier services, we serve the 
corporation and its executlifes. 

4. BOND SPECIALISTS - In tax-free municipal ai«i 
corporate bonds. 

5. OTC NET MARKETS - maintained In many local 
and reglcNial securities. 

6. MUTUAL FUNDS - a convenient investment ve- 
hicle tor many Investors. 

7. ORDERS - executed on all exchanges and the OTC 
market. 

8. FOUR NEW YORK CORR ESPONDENTS - for more 
effertlve customer service. 

9. OTHER - portfolio reviews, data processing, 
safekeeping, electronic quote services, puts and 
calls. 

Wheats Co., Inc. 

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You know how the miser got his money? The hoard way . . . 

Don't rely too much on the weather report. Friend of ours 
once shoveled three feet of "lartly cloudy" from his side- 
walk! 

He looked too rested after his vacation. I suspect he didn't 
go away at all! 

It's Impossible to have a girl in your arms without having 
her on your hanls.... 

He ttlnks his pr(rt)lem is «ilved as soon as be has someone 
to blame it on! 

Your pr(*lem will be solved when you come to BUFFY'S 
lor a Jrtcy hamburger --If you really love burgers! 

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for Christmas 

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join. First you promise yourself that next year 
you're going to have enough money to do all 
the nice little extras. You tell yourself that next 
Christmas will not be sf^iled by January bills. 
And then you simply specify an amount to be 
deposited to your F&M Christmas Club account, 
monthly. So that next year this time, you'll have a 
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Join now. It's one more way we can help you 
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; To wish all men of the sea safe return home, 

The people of Moss, Norway, have sent me 
to commemorate Norwegian and American 
seamen who perished together when the 
Norwegim bark "Dictator" of Moss was 
wrecked off these shores on March 27, 1891. 



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**Nothing's turned out right today/' might 
be Belle Landrum's comment. 





CAROC 
COLUMN 




By Carolyn McAllen 



There was ice on the creeks and lakes for the first time this 
winter— after 70 degrees a week ago. 

There's a yellow iris in the side yard that looks downright 
frost-bitten. The ageratum gave up entirely. But the forsithia 
(which has bloomed off and on since April) refuses to quit. 



I still wonder what that poor woman wore to the Oyster Bowl 
game. She had bought a new dress especially for the game, but it 
needed alterations. After taking it to a seamstress at the last 
minute and being promised prompt service, she went on her way 
unworried. 

Birt when she returned to the shop on the eve of the game, it 
was closed. There was no emergency number. The shop owner 
was o\A of town. None of the neighboring shop owners knew where 
the seamstress lived. 

She was almost in tears. But what can you do? She said it was 
the first new, dressy dress she'd had in years. 



Since this is Thanksgiving week, let me tell you about my most 
famous pumpkin pie- -an early attempt, that is. 

Everything went well until I got ready to bake it. The pie pan 
seemed to be too big. It must have been a nine instead of an eight 
inch pan I decided. 

The turkey-stuffed family all said the pie was delicious. I 
t^i^t so myself— until I returned to the kitchen. There, sitting 
in the middle of the table, was the unopened can of pumpdcin. 



Some of the most beautifully-made children's clothing I've 
seen was at Uie Needlework Guild "Ingathering" last week. I was 
almost sorry they were pot for sale, despite the fact they will be 
put to good use. 

There was one set of receiving blankets with haiKi-crocheted 
lace ec^iog. Several little girls' dresses had intricate smocking 
00 tiie froirts. , 

And some of the prettiest things were made by Camp Fire 
Girls aad Blue Birds (juniors). They began working on their 
pro^eto last January. Tten ttey displayed them to (iMir fathers 
il file iBBWl F^er-Oat^er IMnner in April. And then, as Mrs. 
JoMfA (HM71 commented, "I had to find some place to store 



I*d Mil like to know bow Belle Laodrun was ' eigled i^ 
tMlM '•— ^ iptfit down on a n^e by one foot (or an act in 
Ito "Cil—lir &fKs" of tbe Virgioia Beach -Princess Anne 
" " 1 Follies. 



1967 





The first act finale was a 
of Ju I y. Each month 
was represented by 
one act inthe Virgin- 
ia Beach-P r i nc e s s 
Anne Junior Woman's 
Club's seventh annual 
Follies held at the 
Dome for the benefit 
of Camp Civitan and 
theheartunitatKing's 
Daughters Hospital. 



rousing military number for the month 



(SUN PHOTOS) 



Barbara Almond, co-chairman, warbles a 
tender ballad for June. 




Junior Miss Finalists 



They Cant Afford to Bite Their Ncdls 



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The tension mounts as Satur- 
day approaches. 

Sixteen girls, all hopeful of 
winning, will enter the finals of 
the Virginia Beach Junior Miss 
pageant which will begin at 8 
p.m. Saturday, Nov. 25 in the 
aiKlitorium of Princess Aime 
Hi0i School. Sponsors of the 
contest are the Bayside-Prin- 
cess Anne Jaycees and R K 
Chevrolet, Inc., both of Virginia 
Beach. 

The finalists, selected in 
October, will be competing for 
a number of prizes including a 
$300 scholarship from the 
Bayside-Princess Anne Jaycees 
and a $300 scholarship' from 
Oceana Beauty Academy; gift 
certificates from Winner's and 
the ladies shop at Alexander- 
Beegle's at Pembroke Mall, 
from The Hub at Princess Anne 
Plaza and others, all for the 
girl named Virginia Beach 
Junior Miss. 

The first runner-up will get 
a $100 scholarship from R K. 
Chevrolet, Inc., and a $75 U.S. 
savings bond from the Jaycees. 
The second runner-up will get 
a $50 bond from the Jaycees. 

The winner will compete in 
the Virginia state contest in 
Roanoke next Jan. 31. Cynthia 
Hershberger, the current 
Virginia Beach Junior Miss, 
was second runner-up in state 
competition. 

In the local contest, the girls 
are also competing for a $1,100 
tuition scholarship offered by 
the Electronic Computer Pro- 
graming Institute. 

Various gifts, or gift certifi- 
cates, arebeing provided for the 
pageant by The Jewel Room (the 
tiara), Kemps vi lie Florist, 
Virginia Beach Florist and 
Barren's Florist (flowers). 
Rose Hall (charm course for 
the top three girls), Birchwood 
Beaitfy a»op, Electronic Ser- 
vices, Inc., Beeline Fashions, 
Miller's Department Stores, 0. 
C. Moore Texaco Service Sta- 
tion, the Princess Theatre and 
Oceana Beauty Academy. 

There wiU be winners, »ch 
getting troidiiK from the Jay- 
cees, in each of these cat^or- 
ies: Talent, poise and aipear- 
ance, scholastic achievement, 
youth fitness and individual 
judges conference. The litfer- 
views \3f the iiHU[escotmt35per 



cent of ttie total in scoring the 
top winner, first runner-up and 
second runner-up. 

Contestants had their first 
meeting with the judges at an 
informal reception and tea at 
Lake Wright Motor Lodge. 
Judges are Jack H. Harris, 
executive director of the VIR- 
GINIA BEACH SUN and WVAB 
Radio; Lt. Thorn as Wayne Ad- 
cock, commanding officer of the 
U.S. Navy School of Music for 
the Armed Forces at the Naval 
Amphibious Base; Mrs. Julie 
Collmus of Charm Associates^ 
and Mrs. Janet Mitchell FIshel, 
a pageant consultant, (She was 
consultant for the Miss Virginia 
Beach pageant, sponsored by the 
Virginia Beach Jaycees.), and 
Dr. Douglas T. Holden, dean of 
Virginia Wesleyan College. 

Finalists are: 



Cherie Miller, 17, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Dean W. Miller of 
Liberty Ridge Road. She is a 
senior a^ K el lam High, is 
thinking about attending Chand- 
ler College and is interested in 
a career with a commercial 
airline. She was born In Jack- 
sonville, Fla. 

Sandra Elaine Steeg, 17, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin 
H. Steeg of Klrkwood Lane. A 
senior at Princess Anne High, 
she is thinking about attending 
Old Dominion College or the 
University of Pittsburgh to 
prepare for a career as a 
teacher. She is a native of 
Johnstown, Pa. 

Linda Monaghan, 17, daughter 
of Mrs. Patricia A. Shea of 
Starfish Road. A native of 
FitcMwrg, Mass., she plans 
to attend Old Dominion College 



and become a physical education 
teacher. 

Ann Elizabeth Cherryman, 16, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rex- 
ford R. Cherryman of Allerson 
Lane. She is a senior at Cox 
High and is interested in t>ecom- 
ing a foreign language interpre- 
ter. She was twrn in Honolulu, 
Hawaii. 

Patricia Dalley, 17, dai^er 
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack P. Dalley 
of Hood Drive. A senior at Cox 
High, she is thinking about 
attending Old Dominion College 
and wants to be an airline 
hostess. She was born in 
Bethesda, Md. 

Kathryn Virginia Wrlgfit, 17, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter 
Wright of Overholt Drive. A 
native of Norfolk, she is a senior 
at Princess Anne High, plansto 



attend the University of North 
Carolina and wants to be a 
liiMn'istic secretary or work in 
an embassy. 

Martha Marie Korte, 17, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don 
W. Korte of N. Alanton Drive, 
A senior at F irst Colonial Hi^ 
she plans to attend the College 
of WllUam & Mary, and Is 
thinking about a career in 
oceanology and marine biology. 
She 'was born in Quantico,Va. 

Teresa Seaman, 17, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Seaman 
Jr. of Watergate Lane. She is a 
senior at First Colonial, is 
thinking about attending Ran- 
dolph-Macon Women's College 
or the University of Richmond 
and wants to be a psycholc^t. 
^e is a native Virginian. 

Kay Adele Henderson, 17, 




One will compete for state title 



finalists at the tea last Sunday were, left to right. Misses Dailey, Miller, 
Steeg, Korte, Monaghan, Seaman, Cherryman, Henderson, Thompson, Harris, 
PhilliDS, Frost, Long and Sewell. 



Contest iiiidHdis at, irie lea ia»i 

Wright, Steeg, Korte, Monaghan, oearrid 
Morris, Phillips, Frost, Long and Sewel 



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daughter of Capt. and Mrs. 
James C. Henderson of Walt 
Whitman Way. A senior at Bay- 
side High who plans to attend 
the University of California, she 
woukl like to be a dodor of 
veterinary medicine, ^e was 
born In Coronado, CaHf. 

Nancy E. Harris, 17,daugW» 
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Harris 
<rf PoiAiac Road. She is a senior 
at Princess Anne High and is 
thinkit« about attending Mary 
Washington College or the 
University of Virginia to study 
nursing. 

Linda Phillips, 17, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. 
PhlUips of Josephine Crescmt. 
A native of Asheville, N.C.,she 
is a s«)lor at Princess Anne 
High and wants a career In show 
Iwsiness. 

Sandra Ann Long, 17, (bit- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J(^ 0. 
Long Jr., of Alanton Drive. She 
Is a senior at First Colonial, 
wants to sMend Duke University 
and wants to be an entertainer. 
She was born In Pensacola, Fla. 

Marilyn June Thompson, 
17, dai^er of Mr. and Mrs. 
James E. Thompson, of Cheso- 
pelan Trail. Sie is a s«iior at 
Princess Anne Hii^, Is thinking 
about attending Mary Washing- 
ton College and would like to be 
a social worker. She was bom 
in Norfolk. 

Sue Ellen Sewell, 17, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Rc^rt Clayton 
Sewell of Dutffitan Lane. A s^or 
at Cox High, she Is thinking 
about attending the College of 
William k Mary and wants to 
work In Afrln with the Peace 
Corps. Sie is a native of 
Norfolk. 

D^rah Morris, 17, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. KempC. Morrte 
of Bradford Rt^. ate Is 1 
senior atB^rsMeHl^,isti>lidc- 
ing about iMoMllng elthw (M 
Dominion CoU^e, Longirood 
CoU^ or Mary Washlngtcn 
College and wants tobeaph)«l- 
cal eduction tocher, ^e was 
bora In PortsDKM^, Va. 

Faye Fn^, 17, dauber ol 
Mr. and Mrs. RaliA Lee Froirt 
ol R(Hrte 4, Blackvater. A o^ve 
(tf NMlolk, ^# Is a s^w St 
Kellan lUgh, is thinking erf 
attending VPI or Raftttord 
CoU^ and wants to teve i 
carew In dwign and tesUm 
nercbandisU^. 



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Wednesday, November 22, 1967 



Virginia Beach Sun 



PqgeT 




Mrs. Joseph Gawrys, V i r g i n i a Beach 
Needlework Guild chairman, holds a quilt 
embroidered by the Camp Fire Girls, just 
one of more than 700 items contributed by 
various groups and women to the needy at 
the recent Ingathering of the guild held at 
Eastern Shore Episcopal Chapel. 




Miss Barbara Taylor, daugh- 
ter of Mrs. A.T. Taylor of 
Klldeer Court, was a contestant 
in the Buccaneer Queen contest 
at East Carolina University. 
She was sponsored by Lambda 
Chi Alpha fraternity. 



at Madlsoo College. Miss Todd, 
a freshman, is majoring in 
political science. 



James E. Tierney, aft-eshman 
in agronomy from Virginia 
Beach, was one of 46 students 
enrolled in Virginia Tech's Coll- 
ege of Agriculture who have 
received scholarships. 



John R. Woollen, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. WjS. WooUen of 54th 
Street, was recently elected 
treasurer of the newly formed 
History Cld> at North Carolina 
Wtsleyan College. 



Miss Mary Kathleen Todd, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Blaxton V. Todd of N. Lake 
Road, has been named to the 
girl's varsity swimming team 



Cadet Tazewell G. Taylor of 
Virginia Beach has been promo- 
ted to corporal in the Cadet 
Corps of ttie Virginia Military 
Institute. Cadet Taylor is a 
third classman (sophomore} at 
VMI where he majors in econo- 
mics. He is the SOD of Mrs. A. 
Broolce Taylor, Jr., of Pinewood 
Rd. 



Beaeh Women Head 
Annual Flower Show 



The 24tb Annual Christmas 
Flower Show sponsored by the 
Federation of Garden Clubs ot 
Norfolk & Vicinity, Inc., will be 
held Dec. 2 and 3 at the Norfolk 
Municiial Auditorium. 

The theme of this year's 
slww is "Here— There— Every- 
where-ChrUtmas." Mrs.H.O. 
Freeman of Thalia Garden CI(<> 
is general chairman, and Mrs. 
C.J. Paschang of Tanglewood 
Garden Club is vice-chairman. 
They and many other Virginia 
Beach women have played and 
will play a large part in staging 
tke show. 

Other chairmen from Virginia 
Beach include Mrs. C.A. Dick- 
erson, staging; Mrs. R. J. 
Dunaja, registration; Mrs. T.E. 
Fields, cUsslflcation; Mrs. 
Paul H. Fletcher, placement; 
Mrs. M.K. Crockett and Mrs. 
G. A. DowUng, classification; 
Mrs. R<*ert L. Munn, Judges; 
Mrs. Allen C. Watson and Mrs. 
O.W . Self Jr., secretariw; Mrs. 
Harry L. Addison and Mrs. C. 
A. Bamfortt, souvwOr program; 
Mrs. Allen C, Hitt, and Mrs.R. 
L. Payne, pr<«>erttM, and Mrs. • 



W.M. Newbern and Mrs. Bam- 
forth, decorating table ends. 

The show will be open from 
3:30 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2 
and from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. 
Sunday, Dec. 3. Advance tickets 
are $1, and tickets at the door 
wUl be $1.25. 

The show will include flower 
arrangements, horticulture and 
house plants, Christmas decor- 
ations, Juniordivision,aa}n- 
servation and bird exhibit and 
an educational exhibit by the 
Tidewater Orchid Society. 



Cape Henry 
Woman's Club 
Helps Needy 

At its November meeting at 
the Ocejui Hearth, the C^e 
Henry Woman's Club made a 
Veterans Day contribution and 
also voted to contribute to the 
Jaycee Christmas Workshop 
and to the Crippled Children's 
Hospital In Richmond. 

Tliree Princess Anne High 
School seniors who spent last 
summer as exchange students 
in South America spoke on their 
experiences and showed slides 
of the countries they visited. 
They were Cathy Wright, who 
visited Peru; Bob Wooldridge, 
who went to Ecuador, and Lem 
Marshall, who was in Brazil. 
Hiram Guerro, an exchange stu- 
dent from Panama who is stay- 
ing with Lem Marshall, told 
about his country. 

A former club member, Mrs. 
F.H. Strieby, who has returned 
to the area, was welcomed back 
Into the club. Guests included 
the mothers o f the students. 

Mrs. Todd to Talk 

Mrs. Malcolm H. Todd Jr., 
a member of the National 
Council of Accredited Flower 
Show Judges, will demonstrate 
Christmas Decor attng Ideas at 
the social hall of Thalia Metho- 
dist Church at 2 p.m. December 
3. 

Mrs. Todd, whose program at 
the church is being sponsored 
by the King's Way Civic League, 
Itts taught flower arranging at 
the YWCA for 12 years. 



Use *Yams* in Meals 



What pumpkin pie Is to New 
England, sweetpotato pie is down 
South! And the fall crop is now 
in at the stores. In fact, it's 
possible to use mashed cooked 
sweetpotatoes In place of mash- 
ed pumpkin if 3 to 4 tablespoons 
less sugar are used. 

Sweetpotatoes are among the 
most easily prepared of all 
vegetables. Scrub them and 
roast them. Unless they're 
jumbo size they will be tender in 
a bit more than a half hour. 
Most sweetpotato eaters like 
them, skin and all, although 
there may be some who want to 
spoon the chestnut sweetness 
from the shell. Or, parboil them 
until barely tender, then peel 
and slice thickly and brown in 
melted butter or margarine. 

The home economists of the 
United Fresh Fruit and Vege- 
table Association have tested 
these sweetpotatoes recipes and 
think you will enjoy serving, 
them. 

STUFFED BAKED 
SWEETPOTATOES 

6 medium sized sweetpota- 
toes 

2 T. butter or margarine 
1/3 c. Hght cream or milk 

2 T. brown sugar 

2 T. grated Parmesan cheese 

1 teas, pure vanilla extract 
3/4 teas, salt 
1/4 teas, ground nutmeg 
1/4 lb. boiled ham, diced 

1 egg, lightly beaten 

Wash and dry sweetpotatoes. 
Lightly oil skins and bake In 
preheated hot oven (400 F.) 1 
hour or until tender. Cut tops 
from sweetpotatoes. Scoop out 




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centers and wash. Add butter, 
cream, sugar, cheese, vanilla, 
salt and nutmeg. Mix well. Stir 
in ham. Pile mixture Into 
sweetpotato shells; brush tops 
with beaten egg. Return to 
preheated hot oven (400 F.) for 
15 min. or until lightly browned. 
YIELD: 6 servings. 

, BANANA SWEETPOTATO 
BALLS 

2 lb. fresh sweetpotatoes 
1/4 c, sugar 

1 T. butter or margarine 

1 teas, salt 
1/8 teas, ground black pepper 
1/4 teas, grated lemon peel 

1 egg, beaten 

2 medium bananas 

3 cups crushed cornflakes 

Scrub sweetpotatoes; boil 
whole in water to cover until 
tender. Remove skins and mash. 
Add sugar, butter, salt, pepper, 
lemon peel and egg. Mix well. 
Shape potato • mixture into 8 
balls, each around a 1-1/4 inch 
chunk of banana. Roll in corn- 
flakes. Place on a lightly 
greased cooky sheet. Bake In 
preheated moderate oven (350 F) 
for 12 to 15 min. Serve with 
pork or ham. 
YIELD: 8 sweetpotato balls 

SWEETPOTATO LOAF 

1/3 c. butter or margarine, 

melted 
1/4 c. finely chopped fresh 

onion 
1/4 teas, ground allspice 
4 c. mashed cooked fresh 
sweetpotatoes 
3/4 c. chopped walnuts 
2 eggs, lighfly beaten 
1 3/4 teas, salt 






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in wc^At tnd prints. Bags in mahogany, 

ealf, oowlikle and suede . . .over the 

ckoakter, svagger and dressy 

•tyles. 





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1/4 teas, ground black pepper - " 

1 c. fine dry bread crumbs 
1/2 c. chopped dates 



In skillet place butter and 
chopped onion; cook over mod- 
erate heat until limp and trans- 
parent. Blend In allspice, hi 
large bowl combine sweetpota- 
toes, walnuts, eggs, salt and 
black pepper. Add onion mix- 
ture; blend well. Combine bread 
crumbs and dates and add to 
sweetpotato mixture. Turn Into 
greased 9x5x3-Inch loaf pan 
and bake In preheated moderate 
oven (350 F.) 1 hour. Remove 
to wire rack and cool 10 min. 
Turn out of pan and slice. 
YIELD: 10 servings 



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Open House, Sunday, Nov. 26 
3:00-5:00 PM 



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Virginia Beach Sun 



Wcdne»diay, November 22, 1967 



Moritz-Kight Wedding 




BAYSIDE BOROUGH" Miss 
Denise Louise Moritz was mar- 
ried to Ronald Lee Kigbt in an 
evening service Saturday, Nov. 
18 at Bayside Baptist Churctu 
The Rev. James V. DeFoe off- 
iciated. 

The bride, given in marriage 
by her father, is the daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Mor- . 
itz of Burnt Mill Road. 

Mr. Kight is the son of Mrs. 
Jeane P. Kight of Delco Road, 

Miss Diane Moritz was her 
sister's maid of honor. Brides- 
maids were Miss Robin Moritz, 
Miss Diane Kight, R^ecca 
Kneece and Miss Yvonne Brown. 

Leonard Kight Jr. was his 
brother's best man. Grooms- 
men were James Agolina, 
Wayne Dale, Robert Fasion, 
David Doney and Leon Edmond- 
son. 

A reception at the church fol- 
lowed the ceremony. After a 
wedding trip to Williamsburg, 
the couple will live in Virginia 
Beach. 





Giving a makeup demonstration at the Station Officers Wives Club 
luncheon Nov. 15 at the NAS Oceana Officers Club was Mrs. Tina 
Shackelford, a Max Factor representative. Being made up was 
Mrs. Diane Reynolds, while Mrs. Mary Walsh, Mrs. Polly White, 
Mrs. Goldie Fulfer, Mrs. Vickie Corbitt, president, and Mrs. 
Millie Earnest, the commanding officer's wife, watched. 



Mrs. Kight 



Narcotics Agent Tells of Problem 



ROWE & LONG MUSIC CO. 




PIANOS 

by Baldwin - Acrosonic - 
Hamilton - Winter - 
Kohler & Campbell 
Hallet& Davis -Chord. 



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Guitars and Amplifers by 
Gibson - Fender and Gretsch. 
Drums by Rodgers - Ludwlg-Slingerland. 






If you're taking band this year, 
you will want the finest instru- 

Band Instruments by 
Selmer - Olds - Bundy - Noblet 
Buescher - LeBlanc - King 
anl Bach. 



Use Our Uy-A-Way Plan for Christmas 



Mrs. Pat Kelly, program 
chairman for the November 
meeting of The Princess Anne 
Woman's Club of Virginia 
Beach, introduced narcotics ag- 
ent A. J. Henneghan at their 
meting at the Pine Tree Inn. 

Henne^an spoke on the nar- 
cotics problem and stated that 
diere is a total of 60,000 addicts 
in this country and that 83 per 
cent of this figure are living in 
five states; New York, Illinois, 
Michigan, California and New 
Jersey. Virginia has a low per- 
centage of addicts according to 
Henne^kan. 



"Addicts spread their add- 
iction almost like a communic- 
able disease and close asso- 
ciation with addicts is the 
greatest cause of addiction" 
said Henneghan. 

Mrs. Earl DuVal, general 
chairman of the 1967 Antiques 
Showsale, reported Qtat the 
financial statement on the pro- 
ceeds realized from the show 
was not ready yet. Mrs. Erma 
T. Mott, co-chairman in charge 
of affairs, read complimentary 
letters from exhibitors. Many 
requested spaces for the 1968 
show. 




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JOHN H.TRANT. 111.M.D. 

ANNOUNCES THE OPENING 
OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE 
OF OPHTHALMOLOGY - 
MEDICINE AND SURGERY OF THE EYE 

PROFESSIONAL CENTER 

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ACROSS FROM 
GENERAL HOSPITAL OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

HOURS BY APPOINTMENT 

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New things, different things, 
excitings things for the man can 
be found at WEBSTER'S. The 
men can't afford to sit back and 
let the women take over the 
fashion spotlight completely. I 
am hoping that a few men might 
read this column, since Weob 
Jr. of WEBSTER'S has given 
me some wonderful suggestions 
for you. 

* Bright colors in sleeveless 

V neck sweaters with pants to 
co-ordinated 

* 100 per cent camel hair 

V neck and cardigan sweaters 



* Pants In plaids, checks ^id 
solids 



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* Hats with wider brims in 
plaids, solids, and water proof 
suede 

* Suede jackets, solid color 
and reversible from suede to 
wool 

* Socks the executive length 
in dark colors (a man could.be 
perfectly dressed with black 
socks only.) 

* Dress shirts —button down, 
plaids, solids and tattersalls. 

* Sport shirts—large plaids, 
flannels and wool blends in 
bright colors to coordinate with 
pants. 

* Top coats— wools, plaids 
and herringbone. Some of the 
top coats are reversible chang- 
ing liUo a solid cotton raincoat 
fabric 



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Christmas Open House 

Sunday, November Twenty-Sixth 
from one to seven o'clock 



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* The new 3 inch width ties 
in checks and woven designs 

• Wider belts, more to the 
sporty side 



* Sport cosUs in plaidb 
solid color trousers. 



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To complete your wardrot)e 
we «11I go to Russell & Holmes 
for shoes. There, Mr. Cox tells 
me that the shoes worn this 
year are the wing tip and the 
slip on with tassels. The newest 



OCEANA NAVAL AIR STATION 

Mrs. Maureen De St. Croix, 
a slender little blonde who looks 
like a healthy edition of Mia 
Farrow, celebrated her first 
wedding anniversary on a night 
out with the girls Sunday, Nov. 
12 at the Oceana Officers' Club.' 

Mrs. De St. Croix is only one 
of many wives who are more 
ttian lo(dcing forward to ttie 
"fly-in" of their {>ilot husbands 
the first of December when the 
attack carrier U^ Saratoga 
(CVA -60) finishes the last leg 
of its nine months' Mediterran- 
ean cruise. 

The scene of Mrs. De St. 
Croix's anniversary cel^ration 
was a buffet dinner for tiie 
officers' wives of squadron 
VF-103, followed by a planning 
session during which the wives 
made preparations for the fly- 
in. Hostesses for the dinner 
were Mrs. Harvey Clayton and 
Mrs. John Colgan. 

VF-103 (the "Sluggers") and 
its sister fighter squadron VF- 
31 will take off from the decks 
of the Saratoga while she lies 
off the Atlantic coast near her 
homeport, Mayport, Fla. 

Mrs. Marty McKnlgbt,wifeof 
Cdr. Jesse McKnlght (comman- 
der of VF-103), said the wives 
will hai% a welcome-home 
banner from one of ttie NAS 
hangers. A Christmas party fbr 
both fighter squadrons will be 
held Dec. IS at the officers' 
Club. 

The Saratoga's last port of 
call before heading home will 

and most popular material is 
Corf am. Colors are brown, 
black, cordovan and antique 
gold. 

Some Christmas suggestions 
for tbe men to be fotnd at 
WEBSTERS: 

* Wallets-thickest to the 
thinest in calf, alligator and 
other assorted leatterit. Tte 
thick wallet will actually boM 
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be Palma, Majorca. Several 
wives were able to join tiieir 
luisbands in Europe during the 
sumAer. But for most of them, 
the fly-In will be the first break 
in a hustaiKl-less nine months. 

Cdr. and Mrs. F r r es tOs- 
borne held a dinner party Friday 
ni^t, Nov. 17, at their Plneland 
Lane home for Cdr. and Mrs. 
Richard Boyd. 

Cdr. Boyd has been the com- 
manding officer of Oceana's Air 
Wing 6 since April. Cdr. Os- 
borne Is skipper of Air Wing 
6's VF-102 squadron. 

Dinner guests included all the 
air wing squadron commanders 
and their wives. 

TRALANT LUNCHEON 

A TRALANT Christmas ba- 
zaar and luncheon were held 
Friday, Nov. 17 in the Colonial 
Room at tte Ft. Story Officers' 
Club. 

Hostesses were wives of 
officers (HI the staff of Rear 
Adm. Jolm S. Coye, Jr., Com- 
mander Training Forces, U.S. 
Atlaitfic Fleet. 

Mrs. Louise Sinnott, wife of 
Capt. Robert E. Sinnott (chief- 
of-staff to Adm. Coye) saidOiat 
the 13 staff wives made the 
Christmas center-pieces used 
as table decorations for the 
luncheon. 

Officers' wives from the Fleet 
Training C«iter, Antl-Sid>ma- 
rine Warfare Tactical School, 
Nuclear Weapons Training 
Center and the Dam Neck Fleet 
Anti-Air Warfare Training 
Center were luncheon guests. 

The bazaar began at II a.ni« 
Proceeds will go to charity. 

LITTLE CREEK ' 

Lecture series members of 
the Little Creek Ami^bious 
Forces CXQcers' Wives Clubon 
Nov. 29 will hear a lecture oo 
the Middle East. 

The lecture will begin at 10:30 
a.m. in the Lynnhaven Lounge 
at the Officers' Club. Coffee 
will be served informally 
l>eginning at 10 a.m. 

Mrs. Daniel Roderick, chair- 
man of the lecture series, has 
announced the January lecturer 
win be C.P.O. J.H. Stczukoski. 
Chief Szczukowski works in the 
meats section of the Little Creek 
commissary and will discuss 
different cuts of meat: what 
parts of the animals they are 
cut from, which are t^iderMt, 
and bow the less expensive cuts 
can be best prepared and served. 
He will illustrate his Jan. 24 
talk by butchering a side of beef. 

DAM NECK 

Guided Missile School offi- 
cers' wives at Etom Nwk have 
bepn collecting winter clothing 
for the state mental hospitals 
at Dunbar and Petersburg. The 
collection box for the clothii^ 
is located at the Guided Missile 
School. 

Mrs. Gloria Creath will 
deliver the club's collection to 
Mrs. Lesley R. Simpson, chair- 
man of the Volunteer Hospital 
Services Worsbop, for distri- 
bution. The drive wUl nm 
through Nov. 22. 

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Nov. 21. All officers wives at 
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Virginia Beach Sun 





Page 9 



15-Year-Old Turkish Visitor 
Speaks witli Determination 



Kristin Allen 
Midshipman Fourth Class 
Kristin L, Allen, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Lloyd S. Allen of Sweeney 
Road, received a regular a^)- 
pointroent in the Naval Reserve 
Officers Training Corps at the 
University of Virginia in Char- 
lott^ville. 



NEWS 



Lt. Cmdr. Frederick P. Ellis, 
a veteran of the Viet Nam War 
who resides in Virginia Beach, 
recently received a Navy 
Commendation Medal for mer- 
itorious support of combat 
operations in southeast Asia. 
He is now studying at the 
University of Wisconsin campus 
in Madison, Wise. 



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Airman Michael M. Mason, 
USAF, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Marion I. Mason of Pawnee 
Road, has completed basic 
training at Lackland AFB, 
Texas. He is assigned to the Air 
Force Technical Training Cen- 
ter at Chanute AFB, Illinois. 
He is a 1967 graduate of 
Princess Anne High. 



KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH- 
"My father told me that if you 
want something, you have to 
work to get it yourself." 

The 15-yesu:-old high school 
student speaking said it with 
determination and sincerity. 

His nickname is Alex, but his 
full name Is Braheem Alexander 
Kassab, son of a retired indus- 
trialist who studied in the United 



States while a boy and then 
developed Madeira Island, loca- 
ted off the coast of Portugal. 

"It's known for Its wine, fine 
linens and tourism" Alex said 
as he relaxed and chatted in 
the home of a friend, Harvey 
Heckman, on Robbins Lane. 

The boy was here last week* 
end with Heckman, who is a 
senior at Northwestern Unlver- 



Second Lt. William King 
Gainey, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Walter A. Howard of Hilltop 
Road, was co-chairman of 
outside activities for Air Force 
ROTC Week on the campus of 
East Carolina University. 



Fireman Ronald S. Thompson, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert A. 
Thompson of Country Club 
Circle, recently participated in 
a recovery operation for the 
Apollo 4 unmanned spacecraft. 
He is aboard the destroyer USS 
Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. 



Chief Shipfitter David H. 
Pinkerman, stationed with 
Assault Craft Unit Two at the 
Naval Amphibious Base, Little 
Creek, recently was selected 
as "Tidewater Sailor of the 
Month." Rear Adm. Reynold 
D. Hogle, commandant of the 
Fifth Naval District, commen- 
ded Pinkerman for his "un- 
tiring work 'in behalf of the 
youth of the community" with 
Boy Scouts and Sea Scouts. 



Seaman recruit Michael E. 
Hamblin, USNR, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. William F. Hamblin of 
Colonial Arms Circle, recently 
completed two weeks of annuaj 
duty training at the Naval 
Training Center, Great Lakes, 
111. 




William J. Perry, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Paul T. Perry of Cape 
Henry Drive, has been promoted 
to major In U»e U.S. Air Force. 
A graduate of Granby High, he 
is a navigator-bombardier at 
Barksdale AFB, Louisiana., 
with the Stratc^c Air Command. 



Marine Pvt. Carl M. Tignor 
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl 
M. Tignor Sr. of Raff Road, 
recently graduated from recruit 
training at the Marine Corps 
Recruit Defxjt at Parris Island, 
S.C. Pvt. James A. Foutz, Jr., 
son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. 
Foutz Sr. of Starlighter Drive, 
also recently graduated from 
the same training station. 



Sgt. John W. Bevel, USAF, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. 
Bevel of Woodsman Lane, is on 
duty at Ubon Royal Thai Air 
Force Base, Thailand. He is a 
graduate of Princess Anne High. 



Floyd E. Kellam High School 
is planning an "open house" 
program for Tuesday, Novem- 
ber 28, at the school. It will be 
from 7:15 to 9:15 p.m., and 
parents of students at the school 
will be able to see the new 



classroom building. 

The 15-room addition to the 
school building has classrooms 
for science, biology, business 
and academic subjects. Parents 
will meet in the auditorium, and 
a guided tour will be arranged. 



sity in Evanston, III. 

Alex said his father, Braheem 
Abdo Kassab, came to America 
to study when he was about 15 
years old, and later opened an 
embroidery factory, soap and 
candle factory and other indus- 
tries on Madeira, which is near 
the Canary Islands. He retired 
after selling the soap and candle 
factory a few years ago. 

New Classes 
Announced 

The Virginia Beach Recrea- 
tion Department, Union Kemps- 
ville High School Division, is 
announcing Its registration 
dates for its second series of 
classes. At the Seaboard Ele- 
mentary School, millinery, 
Wednesday evening, November 
29, 1967 at 7:30 p.m. For the 
advanced millinery and knitting 
classes, at Seatack Elementary 
School, TTiursday, November 30, 
1967, at 7:30 p.m. Ceramics at 
Union Kempsville High School, 
November 30, 1967, at 7:30 p.m. 




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St. Gregory's Catholic Church 
plans a 9 a.m. high mass, on 
T'tiiiisgiving Day, with children 
of the church singing appro- 
priite 5 j-;t,>;, 

Dlf.mon<l Springs Christian 
Church (Dipciples of Chrisi) 
will participate with some other 
churches in a union sei-vice 
at 10 a.m. Thanksgiving Day. 
It will be a t Azalea Baptist 
(Southern) in Norfolk. 

Christ Presbyterian Chiiich 
plans a 10 a.m. service Thanks- 
giving Day, with three choirs 
singing. 



President of the Virginia 
Federation of Garden Clvts, 
Inc., on a project to plant Lily 
bulbs. Dr. Ann Lee, horticulture 
chairman showed the American 
Lily Society's latest catalogue, 
which containes the many varie- 
ties obtainable for fall planting. 

The exhibits were judged by 
Lynnhaven Colony Garden Club. 



The Lake Joyce Garden Club 
will hold its Annual Christmas 
Greens Sale on Saturday, Dec- 
ember 16, from 10 a.m. to 9 
p.m., at the Bayside Hardware 
Store, Shore Drive. 

Club members voted to sup- 
port Mrs. Charles Benjamin. 



The Bayside High School 
drama department will present 
a play, "You Can't Take It 
With You" in the school auditor- 
ium on November 30, and 
December I, 2 Ind 8. 

The play has 19 in the cast, 
and Larry Tice and Sheila Mc- 
Waters have the lead roles. 
Hugh R, Copeland is head of the 
drama department at Bayside 
High in Bayside Borough. 



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Airman 1. C. William R. 
Jarvis, USAF, son of Mr, and 
Mrs. Richard M. Jarvis Jr. of 
Dermott Ave., is a member of 
the 4625th Support Squadron at 
Adair Air Force Station, Ore- 



Midshipman 4.C. Robert K. 
Ander Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert K. Ander of Miles 
Standlsh Road, received a regu- 
lar appointment in the Naval 
Reserve Officers Training 
Corps at the University of 
Virginia in Charlottesville. He 
is enrolled in the school of 
Engineering the Applied Science. 



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*Powder Puff Queens', they were called for last Friday's game at 
Kellam High. And it's no fairy tale that all were players on the 
Knight football team which won 7 of 9 games this year. 

Prmess AniiB Game Tonight * 



Shaving cream was all over Johnny Cooke 
(right) and Carl Peterson, who played the 
parts of referees for the *Powder Puff 
game. (Photos by D.C, Raper) 



Susie Wilkerson, quarterback for the senior girls in the annual 
'Powder Puff game, rolls out to make a pass. Her quarterbacking 
helped the senior girls defeat the juniors 12 to 0. 



Seniors Win in Kellam High's Third Annual Powder Puff Game* 

RAYSIDE BOROUGH— 'Pow- . , . C^ sitv KniRht football team this and the Slema Chi Sinna Tri- . On the junior girls' team ^ Morrison. Barl»ra Hanson. 



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Virginia Beach high schools 
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stadium today, November 22, 
when the senior girls take on 
the junior girls in the annual 



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Students and faculty mem- 
bers at Kellam High School had 
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Susie Wilkerson starring at 
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Princess Anne High's game 
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stadium, and members of the 
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girls have a go-go at football. 



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Bayside High School had a 
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Cox High is planning a "pow- 
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December 2, in that school's 
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girls, in addition tQ quarterback 
Wilkerson: 

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The "Big Four"— pins 4, 6, 
7, 10— won the spotlight at all 
three Virginia Beach Lanes. 
Kathy Laros, bowling in the 
Jacks and Jills League, Plaza 
Bowl, recently converted that 
thrill maker. Kay Wasarhaley 
picked off the same set-up in 
the Bayside Classified League 
on her way to a 203 game. E. 
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15— really a bowler's Thanks- 
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THUNDERBIRD LMfES 

Robert Fender had a high 
game, 228 in the Virginia Beach 
Commercial League. John Wolfe 
followed with 214; William Bell 
rolled a top series, 590; Jcdu 
Enm«i had a 573; Gary Reld- 
man, 571. The Lady Seahawks' 
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son, 183; Eleanor Ruoym bad 
the high series, 468.TbeHawk- 
^tes put across the hi^ game, 
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Jane Jones and Marge PhUUjps 
both converted the 5-10 and 
Joyce Meek [tfdced off the 5-7. 
Coffee Time League honors went 
to Betty Lavrischeff, 202-538; 
Mardell Bonney cleaned off the 
1-4-7 pins; Margaret Will*am8 
converted the 5-7andKather'ne 
Hatter the 1-2-10. Barbara 
Brammer led the Town and 
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541; team No. 3 had the high 
game, 723; tean No. 8 had a 
2,082 series. Mary Shif!^ of 
the Pindusters League bowled 
games of 118-119-120; Vernice 
Wolfe had 200-489; Sue Marer 
led the series with 490, and 
Janet Mays dusted off the 5-7 
split. 

Jon Snead's 214-556, and Lou 
Casbman's 192-561 led the 
Thunderbird Pioneer Mixed 
Bowling League; T.J. Howard 
picked up the 4-7-10, and Lou 
C ashman picked up ttie 6-7. 
Mary Hoffman's 179-478 led the 
gals in Uie l.T.T.-Navy League; 
Vince Ucciardi rolled the men's 
hi^ series, 514; Larry Peter- 
sen's 250 tc^iped all i^es. 

Bigg's Dancing Academy had 
a five-game edge leading the 
Nite Owl Ladie8;CatbeyWoods, 
210, and Melva Grimstead, 205, 
led the others; Joyce Johmm 
topped the series witti 564; 
Melva Grimstead followed with 
553, Muriel Hyam with 523, 
Betty Lavrisch^ with 516, 
Cathey Woods with 526. Rex 
Bolton's 210-570 took the honors 
in the Virginia Beach Schools 
Faculty League; V. Hwteon led 
the ladies with 168-402. 

BRUNSWICK PLAZA BOWL 
Marie K(^eh had a high to ^ 
Jacks and Jills League, rolling 
211-519; Hank Heiring had the 
mens' high game, 197; Del Beck 
with 522, led the serlra; team 
No. 4 led games aiKl series witti 
674-1,878. 

Friday Night Mixed Doubles 
bowU^ nw Ray WilUns, 210- 
564, and Betty Rine, 201-548, 
leadli^ tiw grotv; Saody im- 
DingtMi rolled a 210. Ethel 
^pruill iras Um gal to w^cb in 
the Locl^ Srlkers Bowling 
League with 179-438, Ed Camp- 
bell had the hign for the ma 
with 198, Dick Welch's 502 lid 



the series, and the Crips took 
team hwwrs, 761-2,185. The 
Plaza Belles were led by Betty 
Dempsey, 186-484; Barbara 
Martin tied the series high with 
484. The Associated Plumbers, 
Inc. team lei the games, 641. 

John Hamm, 235-613, and 
Margarette Church, 213-486, 
led the Ni^t Owls Mixed Bowl- 
ing League. The Blazers, with 
703-2,039, topped the teams. 
The Tuesday Morning Strikers' 
high game went to Nova Chapa, 
191, series to Larre Brenneman. 
Team No. 1 had the high game, 
647, and the Spare Pennies led 
the sertei 1,762. 

Wednesday Morning Hovse- 
wives bowling was led by Jane 
at wood, 119 game, Evelyn 
Thomas, 326, series; the Bowl- 
log Bells, 407-1,190 took team 
honors. 

Charlotte McCabe, 210-590, 
led the Wednestbty Ni^t Ladies' 
Majorette League. Betty HaU 
rolled a 204, Doris WalIii«tOD 
a 507. Gerry Kane, 180-458, led 
the Plaza Belles on November 
16. Kay Letne tied her <dd ser- 
ies mark, 458; Fuller Brush Co. 
team made a clean sweep, 685- 
1,961. 

In the &iDday Nli^t Mixed 
League, Bill CoUum led the 
men, 225; Nina Llvermao the 
women, 206; Joe Swafford had 
the men's high series, 561, 
Jackie Downii^ had a 497 high 
for the gals. Ed Kirby followed 
with 554 for men's second high; 
Bill Vaughn, with an average of 
118, came through with 223- 
good enough for a Century Patch 
in any league. 

BAYSIDE BOWL 

The Early Bir(te' series honor 
went to Norma Bunting, 481; 
Alice Knarr had a 480; Shorri 
Searcy led in game scoring with 
186. Alice Delaney almost 
caught her with a 184. Bayside 
Mixed Foursome League had 
all kinds of excitemeirt, witt 
Dick Hendron making the 8-10 
split in six out of seven bowling 
frames; Gene Nimmo rolled a 
men's high serlM, 550; Marty 
Hllger had a high gvne, 216; 
Helena AurilUo and Kay IXdc«is 
shared series honors, 526; 
Helena had a hl^ game witti 
her 196. 

St. Gregory's Church Leag- 
ue's ^ series wm \sy Faiher 
Alfred, 546; Donna McClalrlttd 
a ladles' hi^i ^tme of 198 and 
Mary Green had a 493 U^ 
series. 

Shorty Herrmam, witt 238, 
led the men la Bajwide Church 
League bowleg; Del Cox follow- 
ed with a 229; Janie Waller led 
the ^ with a 206, and Kay 
Wasarhalqr wu rli^t b^dod 
with 203; series hooora went to 
Bud Seller, 596, and Marge 
Turna SS3. b> the Weteesday 
Night Mixed League, BiU 
Wasarlaley had a 576; Geral- 
dlM UerriS a 507; Tiro Fallo- 
weU had a high game (rf 200; 
Kay Wasarhal^ had a 174. 

In the Alpiai Wives L^gue, 
die tap pne was rolled Iqr 
Gladys Murp^, 191; Susie 
Wimts hid U^ seri« of 470. 
In tiM Btfme Mn's Classified 
L««iM, Paul Molnar rolled a 
2tt; Joe O'Hop hid a 6(a series; 
Cttl Portw led Ui ^l ptm« 
wtth 245, and Bay Craven, 235. 



er 



Wednesday, November 22, 1967 



Patriots 



Virginia Beach Sun 



Page II 



32-0 



LYNNHAVEN BOR0UGH-- 
Tbe First ColoDlftl Hl^ Patri- 
ots had easy going as they 
wtii{9«d ttie Smith Hi|^ Tigers 
of netghboriag Chesapeake by a 
32 to score last Friday. 

The victory pve ttie Patriots, 
coachedtiyFraidc Webster, their 
sevenlQi win for the season in 
ten gvnes. They were beaten 
only by Princess Anne, Kellam 
and Churchland. 

The Patriot victory also ixit 
tte local football team high in 
Eastern District ranking, behind 
(he uodefoated CaviJiers and the 
Kni^ oa a local basis. 

Princess Anne's champion- 
ship team, coached by John 
Grady, will take on the Hampton 
High Crabbers next week in a 
regl(»al football game expected 
to put the finishing touch on the 
most successful year for the 
Cavaliers in history. 

Grady said the Princess Anne 
team, which wears red, white 
and blue colors, will begin 
working out on Monday in 
preparation for the regional 
game, which will be at 8 p. nu 
December 1 at Foreman Field 
in Norfolk. 

The VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 
previously listed the names of 
all varsl^ players on winning 
high school foottiftll teams la 
Virginia Beach. 

In the last regular footb^l 
game of the season for a Vir- 
ginia Beach high school team— 
(he First Colodal-Smith gune, 
the Patriots' Les Whitehorne, 
Eddie Stovall, Clinton Graves, 
Don Br«n^, WinslowStillman, 
John Grimstead and Duncan 
Smith be^Md pile up the points. 

Here Is the rest of this year's 
First Colonial players, who 
wore blue and irtiite, and had 
Stewart Douglas and Fred Brit- 
ton as assistant cMches: 

Boyd WoUard, Malverne 
Wycbe, Steve WUllams, Paul 
&wyer, Pete Nixoo, R(« Mc- 
Alhuuwy, itoy Bodier, Chris 
Fantey, llite Gleasoo, Teirry 
Laney, Jimbo Kitddn, Tom 
Eager, Gc(»fe Korte, Bobby 
McFarland, Andy Rletarda, 
David Gawrys, Brad MeCanna, 
Bob Stunpf, Cvltoo Rader, J(dm 
Wolfe, Richard Joy, Bob Ware- 
Ing, Jerry StroUrarb, Al New- 
oomb. Butch Grimstead, WUl- 
iam Sanders, Carl Northnqi and 
Bill Sloan. 




The Patriots' Don Bradley heads up field as team-mate Christ 
Fanney leads the play. (Photos by C. Phelps) 



Donna Watkins 
Named 'Miss 
Knotts Island' 



Miss "Knotts Island 1968" 
was chosen during the recent 
6th annual variety show, staged 
by members of the Knotts Island 
Volunteer Fire Department. 
Donna Watkins, daughter of the 
Floyd L. Watkins', was chosen 
over three contemlers for the 
crown. Miss Watkins is now 
eligible for competition in the 
Miss Curritucic pageant to be 
staged in North Carolina's 
Currituck County early next 
year. 

* LEGAL NOTICES 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 14th day 
of November, 1967. 
Brooke Browne Campbell, 
Plaintiff, against George Sam- 
uel Campbell, Jr., Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The djject of this suit is 
for the said pUintitt to ob- 
tain a divorce, A Vinculo Mat- 
rimonii from the said defen- 
dant, upon the grounds of sep- 
aration for a period of more 
than two (2) years. 
,-^And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the def- 
endant is not a resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being R.D. 
#1 Transfer, Pennsylvania, it 
is ordered that be do sgppear 




here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLB NEWMAN, D.C. 

Messrs, Clarke & Snider, 
Attys. 

5209 Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-23- 4T 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 14th day 
of November, 1967. 

Jerry W. Workman, Plain- 
tiff, against 

Geneva E. Workman, Defen- 
dant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a mensa et thoro to 
be later merged into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii and cus- 
tody of the infant child of the 
parties from the said defen- 
dant upon the grounds of des- 
ertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 264 
West Park Avenue, Columbus, 
Ohio. It is ordered that she do 
appear here within 10 (ten) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 



JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Theodore A.Boyee,Atty. 
105 North Plaza Trail, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-23-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the nth day 
of November, 1967, 

Stephanie Lynn Butler Atkin- 
son, Plaintiff, against 

Presley Otto Atkinson, III, 
Defendant, 

ORDER OF PUBL1CATI0>' 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce from bed and 
board to be later merged into a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being; H &. MS 
15 Flight Line, r/o Fleet Post 
Office, San Francisco, Califor- 
nia 96602. It is ordered that he 
do appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be necess- 
ary to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
J, CURTIS FRUIT, D.C, 

Messrs, Moody, Mattox, 
Young &i West, Attys, at Law 
704 Professional Building 
Portsmouth, Virt^inia 

1I-23-4T 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of tte City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 9th day 
of Nove|nber, 1967, 

John A, Livingstone, Plainttff 
against 

Yukiko K. Livingstone, Defen- 
dant, 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion and 
adultery. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being c/o General 
Delivery, Louisville, Kentucky. 
It is ordered that she do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this suit. 



A copy~Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. James R.McK«ffy,Atty. 
Messrs. Bqnl^es, Broi^es It 
McKenry, Attys, 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-X6-4T 

NOTICE 
Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the 
Council of the City of Virginia 
Beadi will be held in die Circuit 
Court, City Hall, on Monday, 
November 27, 1967, at 10 A.M. 
o'clock at which time persons 
will be heard for and agaio^ 
the following proposed changes 
of zoning and use permits, etc.: 

I. Application of C^lA^. 
Darden for a Use Permit to 
operate a used car slaes and 
gasoline supply station on cer- 
tain prc^erty located on the 
South side of Virginia Beach 




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of VIrgtiilaBeechCirailt Court, 
died Monday A Albemarle Hos- 
pital m North Carolina. 

The late Mr. Wahab, who 
gained proDlaeBe* as a man 
who brooglit varlow forms (tf 
larocreis to OcraoAe Island 
and Cedtr toland In North 
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In Hands of the People 



L. Cterles Burlage, an attor- 
ney who ran for ttM HMse of 
Delegates In (tie July Democra- 
tic primary liere, said be 
dls^ees Witt Oie Halm Com- 
miastoa report, «^re itsi«- 
gests dialling the bountory 
Unet of "tocaimes" In Virgin- 
la. 

Burl^e released to the 
ViRGOnA BEACH SUN the fW 
tmicitt alalniMt be sakl he 
gave to a Norfolk newspaper 
rqmter etarUw Oiia wedc 

The ttiteinttt is as follows: 

"I haira tmA with a great 
deal of lotartft the report of 
the liiiCoamlifloB as carried 
la tht loetl praai. ^p^treoUy, 
this eoanlirioi hti givae 18 
moDlha ^ v«ip nrtfrt itady to 
tte proldaai amrfl^agn^ro- 
poWtt aratt. llMy roUse ttw 
mu^ pnmkit Mete iw wbaa 
arau atf Stored foltMoMttit 
are carMdy aatmed to our 

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"WhOo I toff Ml had an 
oppoita^ to t/taAf Oie report 
ta^etiA, tta U«a ^OMtropoU- 
tea ^ntci la Am ^rtton (M( 
wate, ilr fsMMt, ftMrage, 
law arfKMML aad ate^n 
la mtki «•! u my ^iIcn^ 
woaU ha bsM^ to aU. The 

HahB fowmitrtw has prtiad 
otrt mmf el (i« M«di and tta 



General Assembly of Virginia 
and the localities must work 
together to find the best way to 
bring this about. 

"I do not agree with the 
report's suggestion in the way in 
which the boundary lines of the 
localities may be changed nor 
do I want to see any type of 
government adopted tlmtmaybe 
removed from the people. The 
government must be kept close 
to the people ami I am sure the 
Genersd Assembly will work in 
this direcUon." 

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Thanksgiving Day at Thalia 
Methodist Church, soutt of 
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Other ^tlcli«tli« churches 
wiU be Thalia Lynn Baptist 
Cte-eh wkS Thalia Trinity Pres- 
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^ of tte Pembroke M^ 
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Virginia Beoch Sun 



Wednesday, November 22, 1967 



♦ LEOAL NOTIOES * LEGAL NOTICES ♦ LEGAL NOTiCES * LEGAL NOTICES • LEGAL NOTICES 



Itt f«ct Bwrt or iMf W«rt ct 
GrMt N«^ Road, nianing a 
diitaficf of 190 feet along the 
Soott side of Virginia Beach 
Boiilevtrd and running a dls- 
tiflce of 130 feet along the 
Wettwn inroperty line, running 
a dlstaiKe of 189 feet more or 
Uu alooc^ Southern property 
line wbA running a distance of 
IVi feet along the Eastern pro- 
ptiety line. (London Bridge 
Ar«a). Lyiuhaven Borough. 

n. Application of Rlchmate 
Enterprises, Inc. for a change 
<rf Eonlng from Retail Business 
Di|tri(^ (B-1) to General Busl- 
n«s District (B-2) and a Use 
Permit to operate a restaurant 
with dancing and entertainment 
fteUltles on certain prc^erty 
locked on the West side of 
Atlantic Avenue approximately 
200 feet more or less North at 
20th Street on certain property 
known as The Rathskeller at 
2014 Atlantic Avenue as shown 
in Ma* Book 13, Page 26. Vir- 
ginia Beach Borough. 
JOHN V. FFNTRESS, CLERK 
BY: JEANETTE S. JONES, D.C. 
11-16-2T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 8th day 
of November, 1967. 

Janet Ruth Whalen, Plaintiff, 
against 

Jam^ Arthur Whalen, Defen- 
dant 

ORDER OF PUBLIOATlON 

The c^ject of this suit is for 
ttie said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a mei^a et thoro to be 
later merged into an a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said defen- 
dant, upon the grounds of 
constructive desertion and/or 
. ( desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being, 53 Colum- 
iHis Avenue, Sommervllle, 
Massachusetts. It is ordered 
that he do ^pear here within 10 
(ten) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
nec^sary to protect his interest 
in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. Bruce G. Murphy, Atty, 
301-25th Street, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

n-16-4T 

Virginia: 

In the Clerk's Office' 6rtSi 
Circuit C<Mirt of the City* of 
Virginia Beach on the 30th day 
of October, 1967. 
In Chancery No. 11285 

GWENLYN M. WOOD, Com- 
plainant V. 

PEMBROKE SQUARE ASSO- 
CIATES, et als. Defendants. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is to 
quiet title In portions of the 
hereinafter described r^ pro- 
perty and to adjudicate the fee 
simple owner of said property, 
said property being described 
as follows: 
All the unsold i«rt of that 
certain piece or parcel of 
land, lying and being in the 
City of Virginia Beach (for- 
merly Princess Anne County), 
Virginia, and which said pro- 
perty is bounded on the South 
by the Norfolk and Southern 
Railroad right of way; and on 
the West by the Kellam Road; 
and OD the East by the western 
branch of the Lynnhaven 
River; and on the North by the 
land formerly belonging to J. 
C. Hudglns andC.C. Hudgins, 
and being all the unsold and 
unrecorded balance and re- 
mainder of the land conveyed 
to the said Sunny Brook, Inc. 
by the Suburban Holding Cor- 
poration by deed dated April 
17th, 1917 and said deed re- 
corded in Deed Book 100 at 
page 198 to which reference 
Is hereby made for a more 
I«rticular description. Said 
unsold part containing about 
393 acros, more or less. 
An affidavit having been made 
ttiat the following defendants are 
non-residents of the Common- 
wealth of Virginia, and their 
last known post office addresses 
tre as follows: EmilioOlivieri, 
138-05 Union Turnpike, Flush- 
lag 67, New York; Armon Oliv- 
Itri, 139-52 230th Street, 
Ltnreltoo, New York; E m 1 1 1 o 
OUvlerl, Trustee for Robert 
(Mlvl«-i, 138-05 Union Turn- 
plkt. Flushing 67, New York; 
UA Max Berg, 3104 Brookla«Ti 
tmnwc*, Chevy Chase, Mary- 



It It ORDER ED that the above- 
Bt^oiMd parties, their heirs, 
or assigns, or such 
p«noBS who may have an 
1b this matter, be re- 
ffinA to aiVMr within ten (10) 
dift tllir tee publication 
itr«Ofaid<iowhat may benec- 
tntfr ti ^t)tsct their r»pec- 
ttfvMwtfteiod 

B it FimTSER ORDERED 
Ml • oOff of this order be 
■QgM in froit of the Court 
Km 9t tte Or^t Court tf 
iTo^ oi Vlrtfttia Be«^ 
Ml^Hto Mil eoiMoftkis order 



shall be mailed to the non- 
resld«U defendants at Uie post 
ofnce addresses 8n>earii% In 
the affidavit 

It is FURTHER ORDERED 
that the above portion of this 
order be published once a week 
for four (4) successive weeks 
in the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper published and having 
general circulation In the City 
of Virginli BMch, Virginia. 
Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Garland M. Layton, 
Renins Corner, 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

and 
Allen J. Gordon, p.q. 
P. 0. Box 13226, 
Chesapeake, Virginia 23519 

11-2-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 24th day 
of October, 1967. 

Jean Faye Crawford, Plain- 
tiff, against 

Steve Curtis Crawford, De- 
fendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Mapsa Et Thoro to be 
later merged into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due diligence 
has been used by or in behalf of 
the complainant to find in which 
county or corporation the defen- 
dant resides, without effect, the 
last known post office address 
being Route 3 Box 3147, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. It is ordered 
that he do appear here within 
10 (ten) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what maybe 
necessary to protect his interest 
In this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. Thomas C.Broyles, Atty. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

M-2-4T 

Virginia: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on the 
24th day of October, 1967. 

In the matter of the estate of 
MICHAEL DANKO, deceased. 
SHOW CAlffiE ORDER 

It appearing to the Court that, 
a report of the accounts of J.E. 
Clarkson, Ancillary Admlnistr- 
tor, c.Ua. of the Estate of 
Michael Danko, deceased, and 
of the debts and demands against 
his estate has been filed in the 
Clerk's Office of this Court, 
and six (6) months haveelasped 
since the qualification, on 
motion of the said J.E, Clarkson, 
Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a. 
of the estate of Michae^ Danko, 
deceased. It is 

ORDERED that the creditor 
of, aiH] all others interested In, 
tile Estate of Michael Danko, 
deceased, do show cause, If any 
they can, on the 24th day of 
November, 1967, before this 
Court, In Its Courtroom, against 
the payment and delivery of the 
Estate of Michael Danko, de- 
ceased, to Bank of America 
National Trust and Savings 
Association, Epcutor, witlwut 
requiring refunding bonds. 

It Is further ORDERED that 
this Show Cause Order be pub- 
lished once a week for four (4) 
successive weeks in the VIR- 
GINIA BEACH SUN , a newspaper 
having general circulation in the 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: PHYLLIS NFWMAN, D.C. 

Wilcox, Savage, Lawrence, 
Dickson ii Spindle 
400 Virginia National Bank 

Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

11-2-4T 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 25th day 
of October, 1967. 

Mary Campbell, Plaintiff, 
against 
James C. Campbell, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grouiKls of more than (wo 
years continuous sejMration. 

And an a^idavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being c/oGeneral 
Delivery, New York, New York, 
It is ordered that he do ai^ear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A a^y— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Andrew S. Fine, Atty. 
Mears. Fine, Fine, L^um 
4 Fine, Attys. 
720 Uw Bidldlng, 
NMMk, Virgi^a 23510 
* 11-2-4T 



COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF 
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE 
Pursuant to and by virtue of 
a decree of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, made and entered on 
the 3rd day of November, 1967, 
in the chancery cause therein 
pending under the style of Cobo 
Corporation, Complainant v. 
Jerry Poole, Jr. et als., Defen- 
dants, Allen J. Gordon, the 
undersigned Special Commis- 
sioner, will offer for sale at 
Public Auction to the highest 
bidder \ln front of the Court 
House 6f the Circuit Court of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, on 
Wednesday, December 14, 1967 
at 9:30 A.M., the following 
described real estate, to-wit: 
ALL that certain lot, piece or 
parcel of land lying, situate, 
and b(ing in thf Bayside Bor- 
ough of the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and bounded 
and described as follows: 
Bounded on the north by the 
land now or formerly belong- 
ing to McCuUers; bounded on 
the east by the lands now or 
formerly belonging to Brown; 
bounded on the south by lands 
now or formerly belonging to 
Brown; and bounded on the 
west by lands now or former- 
ly belonging to McCullers; 
and being Lot 28 on the plat 
recorded in Deed Book 59 at 
page 48 in the Office of the 
Clerk of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. According to a re- 
cent survey containing 2.367 
acres 

A deposit of $500.00 will be 
required of the successful 
bidder. 

Sale shall be subject to the 
approval and confirmation of 
the Court. 

Terms of Sale: Cash. 
ALLEN J. GORDON 
Special Commissioner 
CLERK'S CERTIFICATE 
I hereby certify that the bond 
requiredby the above-men- 
tioned decree has been duly 
executed. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

BY: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

1116 4T' 

Virginia: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on the 
6th day of November, 1967. 

ASPHALT ROADS & MATER- 
IALS COMPANY, INC., Plain- 
tiff, vs. 

ELI M. WOLFSON 
625 Gramatan Avenue 
Mount Vernon, New York 
and 

PATRICIA H. WOLFSON 
625 Gramatan Avenue 
Mount Vernon, New York, 
Principal Defendants, 

RODGER D. GARRIETT 
5408 Susquahanna Drive 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
and 

MRS. RODGER D. GARRIETT 
5408 Susquahanna Drive 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
Co-Defendants 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this action is to 
attach the real estate of the 
defendants, Eli M. Wolfson and 
Patricia H. Wolfson, generally 
known as 5408 Susquahanna 
Drive, Lot 16, Block J, Section 
3, Carolanne Farms, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and the rents 
therefrom, and to subject the 
same to the payment of the 
indebtedness of the defendants 
to the plaintiff amounting to 
$1791.00 with Interest from 
June 1, 1966, until paid. 

And an affidavit having 6een 
made and filed that the principal 
defendants are not residents of 
the State of Virginia and that 
their last known post office 
address is 625 Gramatan Aven- 
ue, Mount Vernon, New York, 
and It appearing that service on 
said principal defendants cannot 
be had in the State of Virginia, 
it is ORDERED that the said 
principal defendants, Fli M. 
Wolfson and Patricia H. Wolf- 
son, do appear within ten days 
after due publication of ttiis 
order and do what is necessary 
to protect their interests, and 
it is 

ORDERED that this order be 
published once per week for 
four successive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a news- 
paper publisheil in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy Test: 

JOHN V. FENTf^tSS, CLERK 
BY: R.H. WEST, D.C. 

Caton i Wright, p.q. 
2508 Pacific Avenue 
n.O. Box 234 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-9-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINL\ 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City at 
Virginia Beach, on the 24th day 
of Oct<*er, 1967. 

Herbert Lee Gatlln, Plaintiff 
agali^ 

Ethel Slmmoi^ Gatlln, Defen- 
dant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is to 
obtein a divorce a vinculo 
matrlimoii from tte said def ai- 
dant tQ)c» ttie grovnds of deser- 
tion. 
And an affidavit tevli^ been 



made and filed that due diligence 
has been used by or in behalf 
of the complainant to ascertain 
in which county or corporaticm 
the defendant is, without effect, 
the last known post office ad- 
dress being: 121 Happy Street, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. It Is 
ordered that she do appear here 
with ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
Interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 

Messrs. Lam & Hudglns 
Princess Anne Station 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-2-4T 

Virginia: 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 1st day of 
November, 1967. 
In Chancery Docket No. 11298 

AUDREY E. PRINCE 
vs 
JACK T. MUSTIN, et als 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to effect partition amongst the 
owners in one of the modes 
prescribed by law of the follow- 
ing described property: 
ALL THAT certain lot, i4ece 
or parcel of land, with the 
buildings and improvements 
thereon, lying, situate and 
being in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, being known, 
numbered and desipuUed as 
Lot 9 in Block 9 as dnwn on 
the plat entitled "Subdivision 
of ARAGON A VILLAGE, SEC- 
TION 12," which plat is duly 
recorded in the Clerk's Office 
of the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia In Map Book 47 at page 
34. 

An affidavit having been made 
and filed tiiat Jack T. Mustin Is 
not a resident of this State, Oie 
last known post office l>elngc/o 
Clare Mustin, 3519 JohaStreet, 
Norfolk, Virginia. 

It is ORDERED Uiat Jack T. 
Mustin do aK>ear within ten (10) 
days after due publication of 
this Order and do what Is neces- 
sary to protect his interests. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Bruce G. Murphy 
301 25th Street 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-9-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 8th day 
of November, 1967. 

Lillian Iris Bowles, Plaintiff 
against 

Richard Franklin Bowles, De- 
fendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATICW 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce from the boads of 
matrimony from the said defoi- 
dant, upon the grounds of deser- 
tion for more than the one (1) 
year statutory period, pursuant 
to Section 20-121.01 of the 1950 
Code of Virginia, as amended. 

And an affidavit having t>een 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being Route #2, 
Belleville, West Virginia. It is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do wlot 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attvs. 
1396 Laskm Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-9-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk4 Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 6th day 
of November, 1967. 

Elolse Andrews Manning, 
Plaintiff, against 
Martin M. Manning, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of two-year separ- 
ation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due diligence 
has been used by or in behalf of 
the plaintiff to find in which 
county or corporation the 
defeiKlant resides, without ef- 
fect, the last known post office 
address being Bondaie Apart- 
ments, Bondale Avenue, Nor- 
folk, Virginia. , It is ordered 
that he do appear here within 
10 (ten) days after due publi- 
cation hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A cop>'— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. Thomas C. Broyles. 
Atty. 

1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-9-4T 



Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 30th day 
of October, 1967. 

Lacy E. Herald, Plalnti«j 
against 

Carta B. Herald, Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Mensa Et Thoro to be 
later merged into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office addr^s being, c/o Gen- 
eral Delivery, Douglasville, 
Georgia. It is ordered that she 
do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her inter- 
est in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. James R. McKenry, Atty. 
c/o Brydges, Broyles & Mc- 
Kenry, Attys. 
1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
11-2-4T 

ta ^wcial Notlcet 

I am interested in placing rhy 
17 year old daughter in a foster 
home that can provide the proper 
supervision. Call evenings or 
weekends. 340-9021. 

WANTED - Employes to ride bus 
to and from Newport News ship- 
yard. Leave Princess Anne 
Plaza 5:30 A.M. Return 5:30 
P.M. Further Information-Call 
340-5744. 

REWEAVING 
For a reasonable price - those 
skirts, pants and uniforms can 
be ready for wear - anywhere! 
Call 428-1428. 

Materials from Hong Kong, Bri- 
tish Colony and India. Made to 
order suits — ladies & men. 
Italian silk, English worsted 
wool and tweed. Indian Raw 
sUk. Beaded tops and bags. Call 

486-1071. 

— " ■ " ■ ■ ■ i 

For sale - first deed of trust a^ 
multi-family property. En->- 
trance to toll road. Write Box 
«210. 

$50 scholarship for beauty 
course to those who qualify. 
Oceana, Janaf, and Indian River 
Beatrty Academies. 428-3246, 
85S-2061 or 420-1645. 

AUTOMOTIVE 

a BIMwcydefl Far Side 

Honda -150. In good condition, 
Reas(Hiable offer. Call 340-3538 
after 6 P.M. 

BUSINESS SBtVICES 



M AppUtMc Services 

NOTICE! 
Contractors & Home Builders- 
Let us help you with that new 
home-afdditlons-or repairs. 
We can furnish materials from 
basement to attic and aid you 
In financing. 
Pbone: Kellam & Eaton, inc. 
(1) 426-6221 
428-1688 
426-6937 

VACUUM CLEANERS-Hoover. 
Sales and service. Promjrt ef- 
ficient repairs. Pick up and 
delivery. Phone 428-4222. Fuel 
Feed and Building Supplies, Inc. 

31 B«IMii4— RepaliiiV 

PAINTING wanted. Small jtAs, 
interior or exterior. Call 428- 
7586. 

32 !>Rsnnak&4— ScwtaiC 

Dressmaking, alterations and 
restyling. Call 425-5462. 

36 Home .MatatenaBce 

Painting -interior and exterior. 
Also painting and patching of 
roofs. Work done reasonably. 
BUI Moody 545-0805. 




EMPLOYMENT 



INSTRUCTIONS 



40 Belp Wanted-^emaie 

Housekeeper - Live In or out. 
Own transportation. References 
required. Salary open. Call 
340-5698 after 6 p.m. 

Woman bus driver for private 
school. Write Box #150, care of 
Virginia Beach Sun. 

1 day a week for general house- 
keeping and ironing. Transport- 
ation necessary. 428-1587 after 
4:30 p.m. 

41 Help Wantcd-Male 

CARPENTERS 

FRAME MEN AND 

HELPERS 

Piece work or hourly. Good 
pay. Call 497-4804. 

EX-MILITARY MEN! 

Call 622-1307 

Openings available-local or 

relocate 

TIDEWATER EMPLOYMENT 

AGENCY 

147 Granby St. 

Uw Bldg. Suite 638 

WIVES and DEPENDENTS 
of NCO'S and PO»S 

Check with our office for per- 
sonal job openings. Call Mar- 
garet Kelly. 

NCO/PO 

AVAILABILTY, INC. 

"Complete Personnel Service" 

1600 East Utile Creek Rd. 

Norfolk, Virginia 23518 

583-5984 

Come See For True 
42 Help Waatcd-Malc ar Fenak 

Choice jobs In Virginia Baaeh. 
See Maxine Herrltt, Perswnel 
Consultants, ExecotlTe Bnlld- 
Ing, 2nd floor, Princess Anne 
Plaza. 340-2528. 



MANPOWER INC. 
URGENTLY NEEDS 
SteiK>graphers 
We have immediate assign- 
ments, many adjaceitf to Vir- 
ginia BMch. 

NO FEE 
Time off between yAs irtien de- 
sired - work 00 these temporary 
joljs wfaoi convenient to you. 
Phone now for Interview and Job 
assignnent. 627-3661. 
Manpower, be. 
733 Bousb Street 
Norfolk, Va. 

41 PmWw Wairi FiiA 

Will give child love and care in 
my home for working mothers. 
Pembr(*e Area. Call 497 -9152. 

Expert care for chlldrn in my 
home. Ages 3 to 5 years. Ex- 
perienced baby sitter and sub- 
stitute teacher. Call 428-1856. 

ExceUent care for small dilld- 
ren In nice clean home. Fenced 
yard. Call 428-6792. 

Loving care for your clilld In 
my home. Pembroke area. Call 
497-7504. 

44 PotitkNi Wairtc4-Mak 

Masonry work wanted. Brick 
veneering. F ir eplaces, steps 
etc. Winter prices. Call for 
estimates. 426-7548 after 6 

PM^ _i_ 

FINANCIAL 

so Buatoesa Opportnttlea 

I AM IN SEARCH OF a particu- 
lar type of person who is inter- 
ested In earning a siA>5tantial 
extra Income in lndep«)d«A 
cosmetic business. Full or part 
time. No previous sales exper- 
ience necessary. Call 464-2330 
for Interview. 






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GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES 
ROBERTS COMPANY 



. . .1 maior inttrnttional marmtactiwcr of twiMt mKhintry 
bMtd in Sanlord, NO with fadlitM irtw in GrMrMvood. 
S C. Belgium. It^y and tht Unitad Kingdom tnd HtM 
oMic«* throughout th« world may hM« tiN ooportunity 
(or you. 



Young man agt 2S-30 witft any 
and a mmimuffi of two yaari work anparianM or 
acMiMi«ni tachnical Khool irMning and a>|Mri- 
tiKm art urgantiy naadad A varwty of ftimulMing 
gro«t^ ooportunitwt art immadiataly avaUabla. 
For fur^ar informatioo alKKit Robtrn Compwy 
•nd iRfgrowth potential, contact tht 



Personnti Hanager 

ROBERTS COMPANY 

Sanford.N.C. 27330 



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W Inatractlonal Cewaea 

DALE CARNEGIE COURS^S- 
Leadership. Speaking. Sales, 
Memory. Human Relations. 
Management. 223 W. York St. 
Call 622-8878. 

Musical Instruments. Organ, 
drums, piano, guitars, etc. 
Temple of Music, Pembroke 
Mall. Call 499-0551. 



lllA Furnished Houaea aai 
Apartmenta For Rmt 



2 bedrooms. Nicely furnished. 
Yeu-ly rental. Call 428-0160 
days or 428-8289 nights. 

Austins Court Motel Apartments 
206-19th areet. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities furn- 
ished. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furnished rooms. Block 
from Bus Station. By week or 

month. 

i 

1 and 2 bedrooms, modern, witt 
living room, kitchen and bath. 
Weekly, mor^y or yearly 
rates. In the heart of town. 
About 3 minites walk to the 
beach. Also hotel rooms. Call 
428-6713. 

2-3 room furnished apartments. 
Atlantic Ave. Excellent location. 
Reason^le yearly rental. Call 
265-2665. 

BLUE MARLIN LODGE 
2411 Pacific Avenue 
Bachelors or couples. Com- 
pl^ely furnished In luxury de- 
cor. All uUllties, full kitchen 
and dining area. Ready for liv- 
ing-Just brii% your suitcase. 
Come see for youi-self. Call 
428-6114 or 428-5651. 

- - 

VIRGINIA BEACH -White Sands 
Apts. Furnished, heated. $65 
and up. Atlantic at 6th Street. 
428-4703. 



Maury Riganto 
Auction Company 



Slwrt term or yearly. Furnish- 
ed - unfurnished* 1 to 5 bedroom 
cottages, apartments. Anchor 
Realty. 428-7421 anytime, 

USA Cottages For Rent 

Fnmiahed or UnfunriAcd 



GUITARS 
Headquarters for Gll}son,Gret- 
sch and Fender guitars and 
amplifiers. We teach you to 
play. Class lessons on gui^ 
Mr. Ted Grimes, teacher. Clas- 
ses start now. Call Rowe and 
Long Music Company. Princess 
Anne Plaza. 340-7631. 

MERCHANDISE 

W Articles For Sale 

CARPET FACTS 
First quality, regular $7.95. Du- 
pont 501 carpet, $3.99 a square 
yard. $9.95 Kodel Polyesters 
for $5.99 a square yard. 28 
colors. C a 1 1 Mr. Hutcheson at 
622-9816. Dealer. 

12-lnch "high-hat** SUPER 
cyml)als on a "speed pedal" 
stand. Would be Ideal for a boy 
Imrnlng to play the drums. Call 
340-5551 after 3:30 p.m. week- 
days. 

IM KooBS For Reat 

Rooms - home atmosphere with 
privacy. Facing Ocean on bus 
line. $10 weekly. 425-9794 or 
428-7421. 

RENTAL REaTeSTATE 
111 Apartncala Fvaiakcd 



CAVALIER. DRIVE-2 Modem 
furnished ai^tments, opposite 
hotel, near ocean, yearly; GA 
8-4205; MA 2-4575; MA 2-2130. 



lis Houaes-Fumlahed 



2 bedroom furnished touse. 
Centrally located. Reasonable - 
year round. 428-7827 or 428- 
4960. 

3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths. Ocean 
side -NorthVlrginiaBeach, 
428-1760. 

2 bedrooms, living room, dining 
room, kitchen, bath. Centrally 
located. Near beach. Clll own- 
er 428-5016, 428-2143. 

USA HoMca-UafvnUei 

2 bedrooms. Stove and ieMi- 
erator fUrnished. Located at 
809 Delaware Ave., Virginia 
Beach. Call 428-1938 or 428- 
1444. 



Small house. 2 bedrooms. Floor 
ftirnace. Big yard. Stove and 
refrigerator included. 2652 
Southern Blvd. Call 486-2222. 
Mr. Kline. 



BAY COLONY DRIVE, 237- 
Modern 3-bedroom, 3-bath, un- 
furnished home witti guest 
cottage. Near ocean. Yearly. 
GA 8-4205; MA 2-4575; IIA2- 
2130. 

VIRGINIA BEACH-316 CavaUer 
Drlve, 3 bedroom, 2-batb un- 
furnished home, next to Cava- 
lier Hotel. 428-1330 or 428- 
6833 Cooper Realty. 

lit BMtacM nacca Par Rail 



OFFICE SPACE 

Air Conditioned 
Ample Parking Sftct ' 

2407*ACIF1C AVEIKJE 

W. T. JARVB, OWKER 
Pt»ne 428-3293 

REAL ESTATE FOR SAIE 

ia> BBstaeaa Pia p utj i 

Restauraitf for sale at Virginia 
Beaeh. Good year round busi- 
ness. Meal for couple or part- 
nership. Call 425-9843. 

la Real Eatirtc Waatcd 



We need listings! Sales tnd 
reitfals. Virginia Beach Area. 
Call Maye Navarre, 4^-7322 
or 428-2388. Oceana Realty. 



Ui^Iievable Deals? 
RICHARD L. STOCKDALE (Al) 
Your Salesman 

4M.2222 42S-M2S 

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FOR SALE 

Used Aluminum Plates 
25"x36" 

Good for covering Chicken House floors 
Dog House Floors Etc. 
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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 




Serving and Promoting Our City's Future 



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9 S»t9f»i i iiia»iX9 9f»e tiitastt as s a s a »9e k 0^^ 



Beoch Coundl 'Tentotively' Approves 
Future Referendum on Improvements 



What Does Expressway 
Mean to the People? 



PR. ANNE BOROUGH-Vlr- 
glnia Beach City Council has 
tentaUvdy approved the hiture 
sale of $18.5 million in muni- 
cipal bonds for a variety of 
iroprovem«its, with em{^is 
on public schools. 

sieveral more legal actions 
are required, however, before 
the boois can be actually sold. 
Council has to *rte on the pro- 
posed twnd Issura at another 
public meeting. Virginia Beach 
Circuit Court must set the date 
for a voter nrferendum, and 
qualified voters here would 
iiave to approve them. 

City Mamger W. Russell Ha- 
tchet, in answer to criticism 
oi the proposed improvement 
program in recent Letters to 
die Editor column of tbe VIR- 
GINIA BEACH SIN, told City 
Council on Monday that the vo- 
ters will have an opportunity 
to vote independently on each 
of sevc9^ proposed bond iss- 

tttS. 

An ordinance, was aniroved 
on first reading by City Coun- 
cil on Monday, and officials 
/listed ttis lartlal broJ^down of 
wtiat tte prop(»ed bond issues 
would finance. 
•MaMeeseeeMeeMMMOMMeeeoM 



^Public sclKX)! construction, 
including new schools, class- 
room additions, and acquisition 
of some sites, as requested 
by the City School Board— 
$14.5 million. (An outline of 
the school orogram was in the 
pcU 19^967, edition of theSUN.) 

*New public office buildings, 
including some already under 
construction, for toe city go- 
vernment's operations at toe 
Virginia Beach Municipal Cen- 
ter, and improvements to otoer 
city governmentbuildings— 
$1,700,000. 

*A new ixdOlic library, plan- 
ned in toe Kemps viUe area— 
$80,000. 

^Various street and highway 
improvements, IncludiDg Indep- 
endence Boulevard (from Wis- 
bart Ro«l Dorttaerly thitM^ 
Robbins Comer to Shore 
Drive), two more lanes for 
Princess Anne and Kempsville 
Roads through Kempsville vill- 
age, and two more lanes for 
Shore Drive's ^st end, bet- 
ween toe west gate of Fort 
^ry and Atlantic Avenue— 
$1.5 million. (State and federal 
aid would cover additional 
costs.) 
eaeeeMweNe 



*Sanitary Sewer improve- 
ments, including sewer service 
in the Chesi^elan Colony area 
and otoers— $1,250,000. 

Stanley A. Phillips, assis- 
tant city attorney, told Citjr 
CouncU toat toe $1,250,000 la 
bonds pr(q)osed for sale to fi- 
nance sanitary sewer improve- 
ments would not count against 
the city's legal "borrowing po- 
wer," because toey would be 
"revenue producing" imiffove- 
ments. 

In otoer actions at M(»day's 
meeting, City Council: 

♦ Authorized toe proper offi- 
cials to l>egin acquiring "real 
property" for the proposed 
future exteiBion of "Indian 
River-Courtoouse Road" from 
toe Municipal Center east to- 
war^ Swdbridge, and for the 
ext«ision of city water and 
sewer service to Sandbridge. 

* Authorized toe city mana- 
ger to convey a drainage ease- 
ment to toe trustees of Princess 
Anne Plaza M^hodist Church, 
which plans to build on toe 
property where toe city has toe 
easement. 

(See 'Beach CouncIl'.Page 2) 



What does toe Virginia 
Beach-Norfolk Expresswajf? 
mean to the pet^le of Virginia 
Beach who live, work or drive 
along toS Virginia Beach Boul- 
evard traffic corridor? 

Lw Lehigh, of the VIRGINIA 
BEACH sUN staff, put the ques- 
tion to shoRiers at toe Aragona 
Village, Princess Anne Plaza 
and Pembroke Mall shopping 
centers. He also talked wito 
some of toe men building toe 
highway, which will enable 
motorists to travel across toe 
city's suburbs in about half toe 
time it takes today. 

Here are some of their com- 
ments: 

Mrs. Frank Foster of Swal- 
low Drive, Virginia Beach— 
"I guess it will improve tra- 
ffic, make it easier to get where 
you're going." 

Jim Kaneer of Paladin Drive, 
Virginia Beach~"rm hoping it 
does 1 whole lot. We feel like 
It wIU." 

Mrs. Joseph Womack of Sea- 
board Avenue, Chesapeake— 
"We come this was quite freq- 
uently. We think the express- 
way will be a bwieflt, as crow- 
d«i as the Boulevard is." 

Don ^^}erl of Canterbury 
Road, Virginia Beach- "I'm a 
salesman, so It'll be real quick 
to get an^ Tidewater, The 



toll is the lesser of the prob- 
lems," 

N.R. Masturzo of Five Forks 
Rou'l, Virginia Beach— "ft will 
relieve a lot of traffic congest- 
ion, moving people from Nor- 
folk to Virginia Beach. It will 
be faster and help people at 
the Naval air stations to get to 
work." 

Rail* P. Graham, who painted 
some of the 34 bridges (or ov- 
erpasses and underpasses)-- 
"I think it's an asset to toe 
community. I think you will 
save money In gasoline, even 
with the tolls, when traveling 
to Norfolk." 

Tony Clanelli of Tabbs, Va,, 
who works ' r a contractor on 
toe hlghway""lt's alright. I 
U:<e it. It will benefit every- 
body." 

Joe Frazier of Starboard 
Road In Chesapeake, also work- 
ing on the hi^way— "I think It 
will be an asset, as far as 
keeping down accidents, pro- 
viding motorists use it the way 
they are stqsposed to, and not 
make a drag strip out of it." 

Raymohd Gray of Carrsvllle 
Isle of Wright County, also 
working ontoe highway— "We'll 
be glad to get it. We've really 
needed it for quite a while. It 
will help out traffic on Virginia 
Beach Boulevard." ~ 




Sturdy road building equipment cleans up along the 
Virginia Beach-Norfolk E xpressway, passing beneath 
strong girders which support one of the iwany over- 
passes and underpasses built into the major erosstown 



artery. To the right is an historic home with cedars in 
the yard, only a short aistance f r o m the U .S. Naval 
Air Station at Oceana. 



Friday evening is the time 
when motorists and others In 
the City of Virginia Beach will 
be able to travel the Virginia 
Beach-Norfolk Expressway, if 
they choose the fast route as 
an alternate to Virginia Beach 
Boulevard within the city's li- 
mits. 

The official opening program 
for the highway, called the "toll 
road" by some because there 
will be a variety of charges 
for using it. Is scheduled for 
3 p.m. Friday (December 1) 
at what State Highway Officials 
call the "mainline toll barr- 
ier," Just off Kentucky Avenue 
here and west of the Windsor 
Woods residential area. 

Among the distinguished 
pests or dignitaries Invited 
to participate in that opening 
ceremony for the four-lane, di- 
vided highway are Virginia's 
Gov. Mills E. Godwin Jr., Vir- 
ginia Highway Commissioner 
Douglas B. Futate, and High- 
way Commissioner W. Fred 
Duckworth Jr. 

The ne'H four-lane express- 
way was designed by city and 
state offlclals to relieve tra- 
ffic congestion on Virginia 
Beach BoHlevard, tous making 
it safer for people who use It. 

Other guests on the program 
for Friday's ceremony near 
Windsor Woods Include Vice 
Mayor Robert B. Cromwell Jr., 
retiring State Sen. Robert F. 
Baldwin of Norfolk, and toe 
Rt. Rev. 0.P. Gunn, D.D., Bls- 
Iwp of toe Episcopal Diocese of 
Souto^ Vii^a, 

Virginia Bracb 

l eiato 'i »te h e l ped piaagMrts- 
toe ceremony are Elmo H, 
Orange, director of toll facil- 
ities In toe state; Albln R. 
Mallhes of toe Virginia Beach 
Chamber of Commerce, Assis- 
tant City Manager Roger M. 
Scott and Lawrence B. Wales 
Jr., a financial consultant to 
toe Virginia Beach city govern- 
ment. 

The opressway, although 
being op»»d to traffic Its full 
lengto, from toe Norfolk and 
Virginia Beach dividing line to 
the oceanfront business area of 
tols city, will not be fUlly com- 
pleted until later. 

Orange, who Is In charge of 
toe ej^ressway's administrat- 
ion for the state government, 
said contractors have six more 
months in which to finish land- 
scaping, sign erection, fencing, 
guard rails and various roads, 
or city streets linked to toe new 
highway by interchanges. But 
toe driving lanes are useable. 

Tlie speedfUmlt of 65 miles 
per hour on toe wide, scenic 
highway is expected to lure 
motorists who prefer to save 
driving time, or avoid congest- 
tlon on Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard, particularly on toe Nor- 
folk end of that higtiway. 

City offlclals said toe new 
e)q?ressway will benefit visi- 
tors to toe city, as well as lo- 
cal business, Industry and new 
development— in line wlto fu- 
ture plans for all of Virginia 
Beach. 

Orange said some sections 
of Virginia Beach Boulevard 
are traveled by about 34,000 
cars each 24-hour period. He 



said that within weeks after 
the Virginia Deach-Norfolk Ex- 
pressway open.', it may have 
18,000 cars, trucks and other 
vehicles using it each day, on 
the average. 

While some persons who tra- 
vel the expressway will pay 
25 cents, others will he able to 
go from one point to another 



within Virginia Beach, for 10 
cents. The highway goes 
through sections of .toe tour 
heaviest-populatc<l boroug^is in 
the city— Bayslde Borough, a 
small section of Kempsville 
borough (the Thalia area), 
Lynnhaven Borough and toe 
Beach Borough. 




Mills E. Godwin Jr, W.F. Duckworth Jr. 

Sfqnrfing /s'l/p'on , 
City, ttegional Plans 




^ 



Standing, seated at his desk. 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH -- 
The 27-year-old new acting di- 
rector of planning for the Vir- 
ginia Beach city government is 
a man familiar with planning 
problems within the city and 
Southeastern Virginia. 

Patrick L. Standing, appoint- 
ed by City Manager W. Rus- 
seU Hatcbett to succeed F, Ma- 
son Gamage, who resigned as 
plannli^; director for "business 
reasons" on November 21, is a 
lifelong native of Virginia 
Beach. 

Since he Joined the city go- 
vernment here as assistant pla- 
nning director In the summer 
of 1965, Standing has been work- 
ing for various city improve- 
ment programs. 

Among otoer things, he has 
been working for the enactment 
of ordinances which will allow 



for "a more orderly growtb 
of the city," he said. 

He has played Important ro- 
les in toe prei^ration of ttw 
Southeastern Virginia regimial 
highway plan, the city's mas- 
ter plan for parks and recrea- 
tion improvements aiul a ma*- 
ter plan for future educatlcNDftl 
needs, currently being consid- 
ered by City Council. 

"Tying all of these tt^ettnr 
to formulate better living oti- 
ditlons for the people, andte 
the maintenance of staUNrlil- 
ghborhoods" is oneof tii»|^- 
mary goals as a city pUitfW. 

Standing, a 1957 gradtflrtc of 
former Virginia Beadi H10I 
(now a junior bigh school), re- 
ceived a degree of Badidv 
of City Planning from the Ui^ 
iversity of Virginia In 19(B, 
(See 'Standing,' Page 2) 




(SUN Staff Photos) 



One among many scenic views from the new highway Is this peao»* 
ful one at the interchange with South Lynnhaven Road. Lynnhavtrv 
Presbyterian Church—one of the city's oldest church buildings- 
is near the center. 



Pago 2 



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Virginia Beach Sun 



Thursday, November 3(>, 1967 i 



1968 Cailcer Crusade 
Set for Next April 



The 1968 Cincer Crasadd to 
raise funds for ouicer researdi 
will be condocAed in April of 
next year, according to Horace 
A. Cistoia, chairman for Qte 
drive. 

Alvin Q. Jarrett, president of 
the Virginia Beach unit of the 
American Cancer Society, ann- 
ounced the appointment of 




Horace A. Cistoia 



Cistoia to ^e t(H> vcdunteer 
position this week. 

Cistoia is coordfaaUnt Qie 
local crusade with sUtewide 
plans. Warren Hull is director 
of the state campaip for next 
year, 

A principal in the Terry 
Corporation, builders and deve- 
lopers of approximately 5,000 
homes in the Tidew^er area, 
including Pembroke Meadows, 
Cistoia al$o is a principal of 
Pembroke Associates, devel- 
opers of Pembroke Mall, Pem- 
broke East and the Pembroke 
West office complex. 

He is the father of five child- 
ren, participates in many civic 
and professional organizations, 
is a past president of the Tide- 
water Association of Home 
Builders (TAHB), and president 
of the TAHB'S scholarship fund. 
He also is a director of the 
Tidewater branch of the Arth- 
ritis Foundation, and a national 
director and life member of the 
National Association of Home 
Bui ders. 



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Winter Sale 

a large selection of fashion merchandise, 
^arply reduced to make way for our new 
cruise and Holiday collection. Worth a 

special trip to Virginia Beach 
save i^i to 50% 



51 Coats 

Handsom* Tw— ds and 
Fur Trims, from sum 4 

39 Costumes 

Including many 

G>at/Dr«u Ensambles 

t 

37 Suits 

Tweeds & Drassmakar 
Styles. 

88 Dresses 

Tremendous Values. . . 
Including Knils, Cocktail 
Dresses, Sport Ensamblas. 



wM $75 le 1325 

now $50 to SlSO 



WW* $90 to $295 

now f6S to fits 



ww« $75 to $250 

now f 50 to 9171 

rWueed 

20-50% 



Beach Council 

(Cont'd from Page I) 

* Approved a fuel bill totaling 
$1,768,16, for marine fuel put 
in tanks at the new Municipal 
Marina on the north side of Long 
Creek near Lynnhaven Inlet. 

* Approved contracts with 
Sam B. Archbell and Luke Con- 
struction Co. for the installation 
of sanitary sewer improvements 
east of Jack Frost Road in 
Bayside Borough. (Archbell's 
$161,031 contract is for install- 
ing sewer service lines, and the 
Luke contract of $33,400 is for 
building a sewage pumping sta- 
tion.) 

* Voted to appropriate 
$34,624 for traffic signals and 
street improvements at the 
intersection of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard and Lynnshores 
Drive. (City officials said 
Moore's Super Stores, Inc., will 
reimlHirse the city half of the 
cost of the improvements,) 

* Authorized the City Parks 
and Recreation Department to 
use the old house at Bellamy 
Manor for recreation classes, 
when the building becomes 
vacant early next year. 

* Voted to appropriate 
$14,223 as the city government's 
share of an increase in the 
Public Welfare Department's 
budget for the fiscal year ending 
next June 30. (The total budget 
increase is about $95,000, with 
federal and state aid expected 
to finance all but the city's 
share.) 



185;200 

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Dagenkolb and Mead stand behind Mrs. Dagenkolb, Mrs. Mead and 
Thomas aboard the Fan Ta Sea. 

, Long Trip Nets Turkey Dinner 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH-lt 
took them 15 days to get to 
Virginia Beach to spend Thanks- 
giving, but it only took them 
three hours to return to Roches- 
ter, N.Y. 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mead of 
Rochester decided to stop in 
Virginia Beach enroute to 
Daytona Beach, Fla., aboard 
their 50-foot yacht to spend 
Thanksgiving weekend with his 
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. 
and Mrs. Mortimer Dagenkolb 
of Wright Lane. Unfortunately, 
a bent propeller shaft delayed 
them four days off the New 
Jersey coast. 

When they arrived here, with 
their son Thomas, it was just in 
time for Thanksgiving dinner. 
Then, due to urgent business, 
they had to fly teick to Rochester 
the next day. 



But they're planning on re- 
turning to Virginia Beach in 
two weeks by car, and re-em- 
bark on their trip to Florida via 
the Intercoastal Waterway. 

The Meads had no rough 
weather until they entered the 
Chesapeake Bay last week 
Thursday. There they ran into 
a "Northeaster." 

"We had a lot to be thankful 
for on Thanksgiving," said Mrs. 
Mead. "Alter a day of rough 
seas, you're glad to be alive. 

"We had a bowl of an)les 
sitting on the refrigerator. The 
bowl was tied down, but Uie 
apfdes went flying all over the 
cabin." 

The trip was the Mead's first 
eqterience in sailing on open 
water in the year they've had 
the boat. They became so en- 
ttauslastic about the yacht after 



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they purchased it that they gave 
their home in Rochester to their 
daughter and moved aboard per- 
manently. 

Mrs. Dagenkolb said she and 
her brother were raised near 
the Erie Canal and had always 
lived near water. When her 
husband retired from the Navy, 
they decided to settle in Virginia 
Beach. 

Said Mrs. Mead, "Every 
morning my husband says he's 
going to sell it, but he always 
changes his mind after we've 
been under way awhile." 

Now the Meads are planning 
to be here again for Christmas. 



PR. ANNE BOROUGH— The 
Parks and Recreation Comm- 
ission voted to recommend to 
City Manager W. Russell 
Hatchett that he take the pro- 
per steps as soon as possible 

on the "Kemps Landing Pro- 
ject," 

The Kemps Landing Project 
was proposed several months 
ago fo re-establish the water 
route to Kempsville which made 
it a river port when it was first 
established, Marion Renn, 
chairman of a committee to 
study the feasibility of the pro- 
ject, reported that his comm- 
ittee was, at this time, recom- 
mending that the Public Works 
Department survey the river 
(Elizabeth) from the Kempsville 
bridge to the Norfolk city line, 
that land 200 feet on either side 
of dead renter be secured by 
the city, and that the Depart- 
ment of Public Works dredge 
a channel 80 feetwide straight 
from the bridge to the Norfolk 
boundry. 

The commission voted to 
accept recommendations ot the 
Tennis Patrons Association, 
presented by Sidney Hughes, 
that arrangements be made so 

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Pardue on N. Plnewood Road 
from 3 to 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1. 



Stmiint 



(Cont'd from Page 1) 

He w(H|ked,for the Norfblk 
Redevelc^ment and Housing Au- 
ttorlty l)efore coming to Vir- 
ginia Beach for advancement. 
He was associated with Frank 
D. Tarrall Jr. and Associates 
until he Joined the city govern- 
ment's planning staff In 1965. 



Standipg is marri^ to the 
former Sandra Bri^s of this 
city, and they live on Susan 
Constant Drive in the Princess 
Anne Hills area. They have two 
children, Patrick Jr., 7, and 
James, 6. 



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have wind shields or backstops, W. 
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The commission also voted 
to set aside part of the pro- 
posed 14-acre Seacpest Park 
near the end of the Virginia 
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KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH- 
lt was in Miss Rose Best's 
classroom at Thalia Elemen- 
tary School that the students 
broi«fat the fictional characters 
of Mark Twain back to life 
early this week. At least, as 
far as the students are coa> 
cerned. 

Sixth graders in Miss Best's 
class staged a play titled "Tom 
Sawyer-Pirate", on Monday of 
this week. And the children 
enjoyed it. 

The names of the diaracters, 
followed by the stadents mto 
played tbs role of each, in- 
cluded: 

Aunt Polly, DM Baydosh; 
Sid Sawyer, Gary Kennedy; Ton 
&wyer, John Rigbtmier; Becky 
Thatcher, Gins Marchione; Al- 
fred Templ^ Bret Lewis; Joe 
Harper, Terry Doroui^; Buck 
Finn, Michael Casey; Mrs. Har- 
per, Terry Abraham; Ben Ro- 
gers, MicU O'Hara; Amy La- 
wrence, Lorl Mattson; Grace 
Miller, Kara Marateo; and Wi- 
dow Douglas, Beccie Law. 

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KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH— A 
special HoU(k}WoritslKip for 
nddng Christinas decoratlont 
and "foodiw" vUl be spoowvsd 
by the Parks and recreatiOQ 
Department at the Activity Cen- 
ter at the dd Nike mlssUc site 
in Kempsville firom lOium. to 
2 p.m. on Monday, Dec 4. 

Teh workshop will Inclade 
holiday kless, flower trranf- 
ing and cookie and cake de- 
corations. Particlpaflts tre ask- 
ed to brlag lundi, Dotebooks 
and pencils, 18-ioch hanhrsre 
clotti, Elmer's glue, a yard 
of fine wire, two yaitls of one 
and a half to two inch wide 
rlMxMi, artificial greens orpioe 
cones, a beer ot soda can, 
wire cutters, flower coitfaiMr, 
greenery, angels, Christmas 
baUs, ribbon, dlfqiers, coofect- 
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Virginia Beacli Sun 



Page 3 





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By Les 



Detective Pace 

Det. Pace 
Wins Award 
From Jaycees 



For the third consecutive 
year, a member of the Virginia 
Beach Police Division's Youth 
Bureau has t>een chosen by 
die Virginia Beach Jaycees as 
"The Policeman Of The Year". 

The L. Travis Branch Award 
was presented to Detective 
Charles C. Pace, Sr., Tuesday 
nli^t during the annual "Police- 
man Of The Year" banquet. 
The presentation was made by 
the widow of the late Judge 
Branch, in honor of whom the 
award is named. 

the speaker for the occasion 
was Judge Philip Lee Russo, 
of Virginia Beach Juvenile and 
Domestic Relations Court. 
Russo praised Pace's selection 
by saying, "If I had been on . 
ttie selection committee, I don't 
thinlc I could have come up with 
some one more deserving." 

Circuit Court Judge George 
W. Vakos was a guest for the 
evening, as was Police Chief 
James E. Moore. Referring to 
the selection of Pace for the 
award, Moore said: "I don't 
think ttiey could have made a 
better choice. His work and re- 
lationship with fellow officers 
is outstanding"'. 

Pace has been a memt>er of 
the Police division since Nov- 
ember of 1957, and has served 
in the Police K-9 Corp, and the 
paixoi^ Bureau. He Is also a 
membOT of the ClvU DiMur- 
bance Squm. He Is a m^ber 
of the MorA^ ^ ^m^t 
Church, and Princess Anne 
Lodge No.8, Fraternal Order of 
Police. He reside with his 
fiUe, Ladlle, and their five 
children on Green Pine Lane. 



Indications are Lt Floyld S. 
Krahenblll, attached to the 
Beach Borouf^ police precinct, 
is the first member of the 
Virginia Beach Police Division 
to register Uie first buck deer 
kill of this season. Krahenblll 
says he got a "four pointer" 
on his trip into the Blue Ridge 
Parkway region, and that the 
"rack" measured twelve in- 
ches point to point. Weight of 
the buck was placed at around 
160 pounds. 

Men of the Creeds Volunteer 
Fire Department are having 
good luck during this season's 
duck hunting. According to Jim 
Tye, he bagged his limit around 
Knotts Island, while Floyd 
Waterfleld got his limit in the 
Back Bay region. 

As the nation Joined in 
Thanksgiving Day celebrations 
last week, persons In the 
Virginia Beach city jail were 
also able to partake of a tradit- 
ional Thanksgiving Day dinner. 
Chief Jailer D.K.Polk said the 
menu consisted of roast turkey, 
glblet dressing, giblet gravy, 
candied sweet potatoes, green 
peas, cranberry sauce, hot 
rolls, butter, coffee, and pump- 
kin pie. 

New officers of the Princess 
Anne lodge. Fraternal Order 
of Police, will be installed Dec- 
ember 15th at the annual IF .O.P. 
banquet. Incoming president 

Harry S. Seager, Jr., said guest 
speaker for the affair at the 

F.O.P. Commodore Club in 
Kempsville Borough will be 
former Norfolk Police Chief 
Harold C. Anderson. 

Men of the Chesapeake Beach 
Volunteer Rescue Squad this 
week demonstrated the variety 
of emergency services the 
squad is called upon to perform. 
William Binlker, A. R. Blnke, 
Jr., and A. F. Montrose ni 
were dispatched to a home on 
Jack Froiot Road to rescue a cat 
which became trapped between 
partitions of the house. The 
rescue was completed within 
twenty minutes of the call for 
assistance. 

A new police officer began his 
duty this week at the 2nd Pre- 
cinct on Artie Avenue. He is 
Ronald C. White, who Joined the 
Virginia Beach Police Division 
after having served tor a little 
onr a yev with the city's 
dttlllary police. 
^4^ ^enry Capps, Youth 
Bureau C. 0. at Police Head- 
quarters at Princess Anne Court 
House, recently returned from 
a deer hunting trip in Rock- 
ingham County. Capps says he 



IMPORTANT 
NOTICE 



Members of the Fraternal Order of Police of the Vir- 
ginia Beach Police Department are the only per- 
sons authorised to solicit advertisements within the 
City for the forth coming F.O.P. Yearbook. Business 
men of the City will be craitacted tqr a member of Qie 
Fraternal Order of Police, Virginia Beach Police 
Departmeirt, after the first of the year for advertise- 
ments for the forth comli% F.O.P. Yearbook to be 
published in conjunction with the annual Policemen's 
Ball. All <k>nation8 derived from the project will be 
used in the Virginia Beach Fraternal Order of Police 
Benevolent Fund and various charitable projects of the 
Fraternal Order of Police. 



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didn't have any luck, but that 
his son, "Hank", came back 
with a " four pointer" buck 
which weighed about 175 lbs. 
The sound of wedding bells 
are echoing throughout the 
Oceana Volunteer Fire Depart- 
ment. Raymond Capps says 
Miss Diane Horton has accept- 
ed him, and the wedding is 
planned for next July. 

Wives Club 
Plans Bazaar 

With the holiday season 
approaching quickly, the Dam 
Neck Navy Wives Club of 
American No. 207 will hav^.a 
bazaar in Kings Department 
store at London Bridge all day 
on Dec. 2. 

All wives of enlisted Navy, 
Marine or Coast Guardsmen 
are invited to attend the club's 
business meeting at 9:30 a.m. 
Thursday, Dec. 7 in the Special 
Services Building at Dam Neck. 
There will be a free nursery 
for pre-schoolers. 





Virginia Beach Chapter No. 
75, Order of the Eastern Star, 
will have a bazaar at the Masonic 
Temple, 20th Street and Arctic 
Avenue, Saturday, Dec. 2, from 
10 a.m. until 9 p.m. 

Proceeds from the bazaar 
will benefit community and fra- 
ternal welfare and education. 

Court Stella Maris, No. 1881, 
Catholic Daughters of America, 
will hold their annual Christmas 
Bazaar on Sunday, Dec. 3, in 
the cafeteria of Star of the Sea 
School. 



The Virginia Beach Chapter, 
National Association of Re- 
tired Civil Employes, was to 
meet at 2 p.m. today, Novem- 
ber 30, in an old building at 
19th Street and Arctic Avenue, 



The Men's Club of Galilee 
Episcopal Church will meet for 
a dinner at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, 
December 7th, in Tucker Hall. 
The Rev. John Jordan Jr., «1io 
will become rector at Galilee 
Friday, will be the guest 
speaker. 



Children were everywhere when Santa Claus arrived at Pembroke 
Mail shopping center last week. Some of them waited several hours 
to talk to the old gent. They all had orte thing in common — a desire 
to tell Santa their wishes. 




^YSIDE 



A new ski club in Norfolk 
which has membership in the 
70's plans to meet at the Lake 
Wright Motel, inside of Norfolk 
near the Virginia Beach city 
line, on Tuesday, December 5. 

Sepp Kober, the ski-school 
director at Homestead, in Hot 
Springs, Va,, will present a 
program, and refreshments will 
be in the form of "Bring Your 
Own Bottle", or BYOB. A spe- 
cial beginners' trip for snow 



skiing will be planned for some- 
time m January. 
Don Clark is club president. 



The annual board meeting of 
the Virginia Beach Council of 
Church Women United will be 
held at 10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 1 
at Our Savior Lutheran Church 
on Shore Drive. Officers will be 
elected for 1968. 



YOUR FAMILY LOOKS TO YOU... 



^fimtW Thanks 
Holmes and 
Dredge Group 

PR. ANNE BOROUGH— Vir- 
ginia Beach City Council has 
adopted a resolution expressing 
its "heartfelt thanks" to the 
City Dredge Commission and 
Aubrey N. Holmes, consultant 
to the commission, for "valu- 
able services" to the city 
without compensation. 

Council adopted the resolution 
on Monday after taking final 
action on an amendment to a 
city ordinance which shifted the 
responsibility for future main- 
tenance and operation of the 
city-owned dredge from the 
Dredge Commission to Charles 
S. Kiley, city director of public 
works. 



When Is a Cord 
A Proper Cord? 

PR. ANNE BOROUGH-Eddie 
L. Whitehurst, assistant sealer 
of weights and measures for the 
City of Virginia Beach, has 
cautioned residents that they 
may be getting something less 
than a cord of firewood when 
they think they are gettin a full 
cord. 

Whitehurst said he has re- 
ceived some complaints from 
fireplace owners that they are 
not getting the proper measure. 

He said a "cord" of wood 
should contain about 128 cubic 
feet of firewood. This is the 
amount when firewood is ranked, 
or well-stowed in an orderly 
row, measuring four feet high, 
about four feet wide and eight 
feet long. 



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E»tmkU$kedi92S The Virtnnia Beach News Published Every Thursday 

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Chester J. Paschang. Mana^g Editor James E. Simmons. Advertising Director 

Carolyn McAIIen , Women's Editor Bryan Glover, Production Foreman 

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MAIN OFFICE--3108 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Va., 23451 
Phone 428-2401 

Thursday, November 30, 1967 

Published by Beach Publishing Corporation 



EDUCATION ZONE NO. I 



A Choice for Motorists 



When the formal ribbon- 
snipping is over tomorrow on 
the four-lane, high-speed 
Virginia Beach-Norfollc Ex- 
pressway, thousands of motor- 
ists or vehicle drivers in our 
blossoming community will be- 
gin traveling the new traffic 
artery. 



Obviously, they will be those 
who don't mind spending some 
nickels, dimes and quarters for 
a much smoother, relaxing 
drive than they have been able 
to find on the busy lanes of 
Virginia Beach Bouleivard. 

As for the others who want 
to keep traveling the boulevard, 
whether for shopping, pleasure, 
business or other reasons, off- 
icials of the city government 
should make sure driving pro- 
blems on the old highway are 
eased, to further boost business. 



One aspect of the express- 
way which has caused con- 
fusion in the minds of many 
is how much it will cost an 
individual driver to choose the 
expressway for a trip, between 
the oceanfront in the Beach 
Borough and the expressway's 
connection with Interstate 64 
and Interstate 264 just inside 
of Norfolk. 

The VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 
in previous editions of this news- 
paper has explained the toll- 
charge system. But some other 
reports apparently have con- 
fused the driving public. 

Generally, this Is the way 

motorists will be able to travel 
on the scenic expressway, 

which has overpasses and un- 
derpasses (or bridges) instead 
of traffic signals which hamper 
the flow of cars, trucks and 
other vehicles, as far as some 
people are concerned: 



I. If someone wants to travel 
between Norfolk and the ocean- 
front across the suburbs-such 
as a tourist, or someone who 
lives in Virginia Beach but 
• works in Norfolk-the tol I charge 
of 25 cents (for each car) will 
be collected, or tossed into 
"hoppers" at the only booths 
which are on ■ the highway's 
four lanes. The same charge 
opplies to a bus traveling the 
expressway, whereas the charge 
for a truck will be 30 cents, 
or 10 cents per axle on the 
truck. 



2. If someone wants to travel 
between the Va. Becidi ocean- 
front and South Lynnhaven Road 
(located between Princess Anne 
Plaza (vid the London Bridge 
business area), the passen^^r 
car charge will be 10 cents, 
paid only once per trip-eitlter 
ot th« Mitrance or exit po'm 



on a ramp at an interchange. 
The same 10-cent charge app- 
lies for someone who wants to 
drive between either the Nor- 
folk city line ahd the Independ- 
ence Boulevard Interchange, or 
another at Witch Duck Road. 
This also is true for someone 
driving between the Lynnhaven 
yillage area and Bird Neck 
Road, or Laskin Road. 



3. Motorists who travel the 
expressway from Newton Road 
(the legal boundary between 
Norfolk and Virginia Beach 
where the new highway crosses 
the line), into Norolk will not 
have to pay a toll charge. How- 
ever, the Virginia Highway De- 
partment said it will be imposs- 
ible to get into downtown Nor- 
folk on the new highway. West- 
bound lanes on Interstate 264 
WILL NOT be opened immed- 
iately. 

4. Someone who wants to tra- 
vel between the Rosemont Road 
interchange and points west of 
there, including Norfolk, would 
pay the 25-cent toll. But they 
have a choice, of continuing to 
use Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
or two- lane Holland Road. 



5. Drivers of trucks which 
enter or leave the expressway 
on ramps at interchanges along 
the 12-mile highway will pay a 
charge of 5 cents per axle, 
meaning 15 cents if they have 
three axles or more. 

There are other unusual and 
interesting aspects to the toll- 
charge system for the express- 
way, including the use of ''au- 
tomatic collection booths" on 
the interchange ramps. But mo- 
torists will learn about them as 
they drive the modern, prog- 
ressive highway. 

It will, among other things, 
provide the first rapid-transit 
highway across our commun- 
ity's many suburbs. As the 
City of Virginia Beach contin- 
ues to grow in population and 
prominence in the affairs of the 
Tidewater, or Hampton Roads 
region, additional new highways 
must be constructed, as finan- 
cial means allow. 



And on, this, it is obvious 
that the civic, business and 
political leaders of each com- 
munity involved must cooper- 
ate where necessary to serve 
the public, while at the same 
time retaining local govern- 
ment authority on matters, or 
problem? which can best be 
solved within each community. 

In this, as in the use (or 
non-use of the expressway, the 
people have a choice. That's 
the American way. And you 
can't beat it. 





City of Virginia Beach 



VIRCIMA BFACH SIN 
Published Novembfr 30, 1967 



Proposed School Sites 

SCHOOLS BY 1975 O 
SCHOOl^ BY I9»5 SB 



Existing Schools 



(Editor's Note: The VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, to inform its readers on the future educational 
needs in Virginia Beach, is publishing by chapters "Master Plan Report No. 7," prepared by the 
City Planning Commission and the City School Board for consideration by City Council. Here is a 
sitetrh of the first of five "Education Zones" in the plan, with the larger residential areas, the 
locations of existing schools and sites for proposed new ones.) 



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Expect an Apology? 

Are you wondering if the 
American people have now arr- 
ived at the point, where they 
expect an apology from a true 
minister of God, for speaking, 
through his conscience, his true 
thoughts alMut conditions 
around him? 

We have observed, during 
the past several days, the over- 
inflation of a foul air balloon, 
loaded with cowardice, disres- 
pect, hate and revenge. 

This distressing ugly pro- 
jectile was created by theCrit- 
ics, who make it their avoca- 
tion, to destroy courage, hon- 
esty ajid faith. We should all 
ask - - must a minister of God 
apologize for trying to help his 
fellowmen regain their equil- 
ibrium? 

A message of truth, beamed 
into the ears of a President. 



is a blessing, not a curse. If 
an apology is in order, it should 
come from those who have cre- 
ated an atmosphere that de- 
mands straight-forward ans- 
wers to our many muted, dis- 
turbing National questions. 

Ed L. Applegate 
Va. Beach 



Thanks 

Editor, Virginia Beach Sun: 

The women of Galilee Church 
wish to thank the SUN and your 
Women's Editor, Carolyn Mc- 
AIIen, for the excellent cov- 
erage you gave us concerning 
our recent bazaar. Mrs. Mc- 
Allen's feature on Mrs. Charles 
Gilliam, co-chairman for the 
Bazaar with Mrs. James Kit- 
chin, was original. ' 

Enclosed is a statement of 
the money raised. This will 
go for mission projects in the 
Diocese of Southern Virginia, 
the Nation and World, and one- 
third for needs within the par- 
ish. 

Douglas A. Barnes 

Doubts Coverage 

Editor, Virginia Beach Sun: 

I am enclosing herewith a 
copy of a speech that I will 
livered on Nov. 21 in the Coun- 
cil Chambers of the Norfolk 
City Council during the annual 



» t t rt m 11 ivi ' r y I ■ ■ i T r rr 

The VffiGINU BEACH SUN 
welcomes letters to the editor. 
They will be published as space 
permits. Each letter must be 
signed and include address of 
the writer, but only the name 
will be published. Letters are 
invited on any issues. 

Mall each to: The Editor, 
VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, Post 
Ofnce Box 657, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, 23451. 

■ I ■ > ■■ jj t ■■> t.ium,t.tjiAt.a. 



public hearing on the proposed 
budget for the City of Norfolk 
for the period January-June, 
1968. 

I serlouslydoiMed that the 
VIRGINIAN-PILOT or the LED- 
GER^TAR woukl give me any 
coverage, for this is a touchy 
subject with dty officials. I, 
nevertheless, feel that it is 
an Item of great importance to 
every citizen of Norfolk and 
perhaps to others in tbeCom- 
nM>nwealth. 

The Norfolk papers do not 
mind pointing the dirty finger 
at Virginia Beach, but they are 
loathe to report any situation 
that reflects on the troubles 
and difficulUes of the political 
machine that controls City Hall 
in Norfolk. Perhaps in the dis- 
tant future we will have free 
news coverage and be freed 
from the muzzled press in Nor- 
folk. 

Berry D. Willis Jr. 
Norfolk 



HorMk I^eif ProUem 
"Scored" by Iuy^y^^ 



While the residents of 
Virginia Beach will be asked in 
the near future to vote on a 
proposed bond issue, Norfolk 
City Council apparently is 
ignoring a proposal for a re- 
ferendum there on that city's 
financial situation. 

Berry D, Willis Jr., a fre- 
quent critic of Norfolk's city 
government said at a recent pu- 
blic hearing on the proposed 
operating budget for Norfolk 
that "only the people of the 
City of Norfolk should decide 
such a major financial pro- 
position" as a proposed 50 
per cent increase in the 
"people's public debt." 

Willis sharply criticized 
Norfolk City Manager Thomas 
F. Max\^ell and his hawlling of 
that city's financial affairs, and 
accused Maxwell of being con- 
tradictory in his budget mess- 
age, among other thinp. 

Most of his statement, how- 
ever, attacked the proposal to 
increase the ratio of real estate 
assessments by 50 per cent 
on July 1, 1968. 

Commenting that such action 
would "be authority to Issue 
another S45 million in bonds 
which will Improve the City's 
credit rating," Willis sald:"If 



you can increase or better the 
credit rating by going into debt, 
why does not Mr. Maxwell 
recortimMid that the property 
assessment be increased by 100 
per cent so he can add another 
$90 million to the public debt?" 

Speaking of the City of 
Norfolk^ financial situation, 
and convention-center t)uilding 
Willis said: 

"For some years now, it 
should have been apparent to 
this Council that the tionded debt 
condition has been going through 
quite a financial crisis. With 
this prior knowledge— and I 
emphasize this point— Mayor, 
Roy B. Martinand City Manager 
Maxwell took the liberty to 
^urney to Europe at the tax- 
payer's ''xpense after employ- 
ing an Italian architect to draw 
plans for a (invention center 
of unconventional desip, when 
they should have knowh before 
hand It would cost much more 
to buUd tlan a desip created 
by an American architect," 

Willy claimed the cost of tte 
pnvertUnr center ai^areotly 
has increased from initial est- 
imates irf "a little over 
$U,000,MO" to "t20,oa),000or 
more," !»sed on tUUy news- 
paper reports. 



He also criticized Maxwell 
for not publishing "a budget 
of projected capital projects 
ai^ how he planned to have 
the people pay for them." 

"Now, out of a clear sky, 
Mr. Maxwell asks the people 
of Norfolk to let him put them 
into d^ by another $45,000,000 
in new bond money, "Willis 
said. 

He implied a proposal earlier 
this year from Norfolk Mayor 
Roy B, Martin that Virginia 
Beach merge with Norfolk was 
so the people of Virginia Beach 
"could help to pay off Norfolk's 
public d^t of nearly $100 miU- 
lon^ncluding interest. "Virginia 
Beach City Council rejected the 
propo^. 

On the proposed raising of 
Norfolk's legal debt ceiling Iqr 
increasii^ the ratio of assess- 
ment, WilUs concluded: 

"The question, genUemen,ls 
the most Important piece of 
finaiM:Ial bi^lness to be put be- 
fore Uie pec^Ie of Norfolk in 
the fast fifty-years— it is so 
tax TtaiMag money-wise, tax- 
wise, and detM-wise that oidy 
tte pec^le of the CityofNorfolk 
should decide such a major 
financial proposition for them- 
selves in the VOTWC BOOTH." 



City of Virginia B^ach 

Emergencies \ 

Va. Beach PoMce, Dispatcher .*«^ .426-6231 

Fire, ftescue & Ambulance Dispatcher (Beach ^\*...^ 
Borough; Va. Beach Rescue Squad; Ocean '^'^-x. 

Park, Davis Corner, Chesapeake Beach, 
Oceana, Plaza, London Bridge, Thalia, Sea- 
tack, Kempsville, Court House, Creeds and 

Blackwater volunteers) 428-9121 

U.S. C<^ast Guard 393-6081 

Light qr Power Off (Vepco) 855-8611 

Courts 



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Circuit Court, John V. Fentress, Clerk . . . 
Commonwealth's Attorney, R.L. Simpson Jr. 
Municipal Court, G.F. Williams, Clerk . . . . 



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Agricultural Agent, E.R. Cockrell Jr , 

City Attorney, Harry A. Marshall , 

City High Constable, R.R. McChesney . . 

City Manager, W. Russell Hatchett .... 

Finance, Giles G. Dodd, Director 

Industrial Development, L. Dean Curtis, Director . . . 

Parks & Recreation, Harold S, Whitehurst, Director . 

Personnel, Edgar A. Culverhouse, Director 

Planning, Patrick L. Standing 

Public Health, Dr. Madge May,, Director 

Public Library, Mrs. Marpret Beda, Librarian .... 

Public School Administration 

Public Utilities, A. Worth Petty, Director 

Public Welfare, Mrs. Frances Elrod, Superintendent. 

Public Works, Charles S. Klley, Director 

Revenue Commissioner, Ivan D. Mapp 

Safety & Traffic Engineering (also Weights & 

Measures), Reeves E. Johnson, Director 

Sanitatipn (trash & refuse collection), 

Cecil p. Land, Superintendent 

Treasurer, V.A. (Jack) Ethtricige , 

Virginia Beach Civic Center, Samuel W. Scott, Dir.. . , 



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Mailbes. Exec. V.P 428-1922 

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Virginia Beach Circuit Court 

^ Judges 

Robert K. Wahab 

Paul W. Acklss 

George W, Vakos 

Decisions Nuv. 17 to 23, 1967 

Raymond W. Conway, Dul'ont Circlf^, Virginia Beach,app^red 
on an indictment for alleged arson, found innocent. 

VirginiaBeach Municipal Court 

Judges 

Pressley B. White 

Mary R. Speight 

Frank E. Butler, Hi 

Convictions Nov. 17 to 23, 1967 

Dean C. Decker, T»rf ijnve, Virginia Beach, convicted of 
reckless driving (to wit, parsing a school bus); fined $25.00 and 
costs. 

Carl F. McMillan, Monroe Court, Virginia Beach, c(Hivicted(rf 
reckless driving; fined $25.00 and costs. 

Rudolph R. Anderson, Jankc Road, Virginia Beach, convided 
of reckless driving; fined $20.00 and costs. 

Garth C. Propst, U^ Independence, convicted of reckless 
driving; fined $50.00 and costs. 

Ricardo Diaz, USS Independence, convicted of reckless driving; 
fined $100.00 and costs, drivers license suspended for 60 days. 

Wesley J. Foreharel, Jr., Draper Drive, Norfolk, Va., convided 
of reckless driving; fined $50.00 and costs. 

Thomas E. Sellers, Biloxi, Miss., convicted of reckless 
driving; fined $50.00 aiKl costs. 

Donald E, Meyer, Baltic Avenue,,Virglnia B^ch, coivlded of 
reddess driving; fined $35.00 and costs. 

Berbib N. Richardson, 74th St., Virginia Beach, convicted (tf 
reckless driving; fined $25.00 and costs. 



Virginia Beach Juvenile & 

Domestic Relations Court 

Judges 
Philip L. Russo 
Mary R. Speight 
Frank E. Butler, III 

Case Summation Nov. 17 to 23, 1967 

Hie court hadh^rii^ on 47 juvenile pdlttois which MncerMd 
persons 17 years of age or under accused of violating stete Uws 
or city ordinances. 12 of these cases involved felonlM. 

Other cas^ which the court settled Involved 25 on allsged 
traffic law violations and 4 on family domestic problems. Tltte 
were 7 cases of |»rental iwn-support during the above caleotfar 



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Thursday, November 30, 1967 



Virginia Bea:h Sun 



Page 5 



i 



ULT Opens 
Hew Play 
On Friday 



BEACH BOROUGH— The 
Little Theater of Virginia Beach 
wIU open'its production of 
"FIVE FINGER EXERCISE" at 
8:30 p.m. tomorrow night, Fri- 
day, Decenil>er 1st. 

The psychological drama by 
Peter Shaffer also will be pre- 
sented at Courtyard Pla^ouse 
In the 200 block of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, Beach Bor- 
ough, Ave other nights. Perfor- 
mances wUl be at 8:30 p.m. 
December 1,2,8 and 9; and at 
7:30 p.m. December 3 and 10. 
For reservations, c%ll 428-8500 
between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. 
Monday through Saturday. Ad- 
mission Is $2.50; or $1.25 for 
students and servicemen. 

•MMMMMMM 



Rhythm, Blues 
Star to Sing 



WilsonPlckett., national re- 
cording star noted for his 
rhythm and blues singing, will 
give two concerts at the Virginia 
Beach Civic Center on Saturday, 
Dec. 2 at 8 and 10:1^) p.m. 
sponsored by the City of Virgin- 
ia Beach. 

A native of Pratville, Ala., 
Pickett got his show business 
start in Detroit as the lead 
singer with "The Falcons" who 
specialized in gospel music. He 
struck out on his own about five 
years, and became a national 
hit with his recording of "If 
You Need Me." 

He is also a song writer and 
says he "writes about things 
that are really going on." 






Virginia Beach's new Junior Miss, Patricia Daily, poses with her 
proud parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack P. Daily. 

Cox Senior Is 'Junior Mtss' 



Roby Brown, one of the players In **The 
Odd Couple," a Neil Simon comedy playing 
at Wedgewood Theater through Saturday of 
this week, appears shocked by something 
in the cards he holds in this photograph. 
Buffet dinner begins at 7:00, with a stage 
performance at 8:30 P.M. Brown will por- 
tray Mr. Dodge in the next Wedgewood 
production, **MeetMeln St. Louis," open- 
ing December 6. 

M»MMMM«fMMetMMM«MW«e 

Lt. Drummond 
Receives Star 

NASCX:EANA-Lt.()g)George 
Lee Drummond, USN, received 
a Gold Star in lieu of his Uilrd 
Air Medal at ceremonies held 
in Fighter Squadron SEVENTY- 
FOUR last week Friday. 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH— 
Patrlcia Daily, a vivacious 17- 
year-old Cox High School sen- 
ior, was named the Virginia 
Beach Junior Miss for 1968 in 
a pageant held last Saturday 
night at Princess Anne High 
School. 

Miss Daily is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack P. Daily of 
Hood Drive. For her talent 
presentation, she acted out a 
scene from a play in which an 
old lady, "^iz Whiz", who has 
led a iiard life, unexpectedly 
inherits a large sum of money 
and plans to "get even" with 
the people who have treated her 
badly. 

Her future plans include 
college and a career as an 
airline hostess. 



First Runner-Up is UiKla 
Phillips, 17-year-old senior at 
Princess Anne High School. She 
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Charles H. Phillips of Jcsephine 
Crescent and hopes on a career 
fh Abw busiiHe^.'' ' "" 



Martha Korte, 17 -year -old 
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Don 
W. Korte of N. Alanton Drive, 
is second runner-up. She also 
won a S2S Savings Bond and 
trophy as the Schola-sticAc- 
hievement Award winner. A 
senior at Cox High, she Is 
planning on a career inoceam- 
logy and marine biology. 



There was a tie between 
Nancy Harris and Teresa Sea- 
man for the Miss Personality 



• • • 



Award of $100 and a tropny. 
Miss Harris, 17, is the daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl B.Harris 
of i^ontiac Road and is a Prin- 
cess Anne senior. 



Miss Seaman, 17-year-old 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John 
A. Seaman Jr. of Watergate 
Lane, won the Talent Award of 
a $25 Savings Bond and a trophy. 
A senior at First Colonial, she 
played a medley of popular 
songs of her own arrangement 
on the piano for her talent 
presentation. 

Sondra Steeg, 17-year-old 
Princess Anne senior, won a 
special $1,100 tuition scholar- 
ship presented by the Electroijic 
Computer Programming Insti- 
tute of Tidewater on the basis 
of and an aptitude test and a 
written composition. She is the 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin 
H, Steeg of Kirkwood Lane. 

The Youth Fitness Award of 
a $25 Savings t)ond and trophy 
was won by Ann Cherryman, 
16-year-old dauighterofMr.and 
Mrs. Rexford R. Cherryman of 
Allerson Lane. She is a senior 
at Cox. 



Miss Daily won a 1968 Chev- 
rolet Camero from R. K.Chev- 



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the Bayside-P r i n c e s s Anne 
Jaycees, sponsors of the contest 
along with R.K. Chevrolet; a 
trophy, tiara, a formal, gift 
certificates, a portrait, charm 
course and a scholarship to 
Gceajia Beauty School. 

Miss Phillips won a $100 
scholarship, a$75 Savings Bond, 
a trophy, flowers, steam iron, 
gift certificate and charm 
course. 

Miss Korte won a $50 Savings 
Bond, a trophy, flowers, hair- 
dryer, gift certificate and charm 
course. 

The next step for the new 
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J.J, Braintwain of Govern- 
ment Employes Insurance Co- 
mpany (GEICO) has been el- 
ected president of the Hamp- 
ton Roads Claims Association 
for the coming year of 1968. 

Other officers are C.E. Bis- 
hop, Security Group, 1st vice 
president; John M. Broughton, 
Reliance Insurance Co., 2nd 
vice president; Jack Spivey, 
GEICO, secretary, and Archer 
Crittenden of Gay and Taylor, 
treasurer. 



Donald L. Brittingham, a C PA 
who lives in Virginia Beach 
has been elected a member of 
the American Institute of Cer- 
tified Public Accountants. He 
is associated with William A, 
Old, certified public account- 
ant in Norfolk. 



Mark Hanna Culbertson Jr., 
39, has been promoted to dis- 
trict right-of-way engineer for 
the Suffolk highway construction 
district, which includes Virgi- 
nia Beach. He succeeds Will- 
iam Percy Tucker, named state 
assistant right-of-way engineer 
in the Virginia Highway De- 
partment's central office in 
Richmond. 



.F. A. Leonard of Reynard 
Drive, Virginia Beach, is ex- 
pected to attend a two-week 
training conference for Parke, 
Davis & Company sales rep- 
resentatives at the Sheraton 
Cadillac Hotel, Detroit, from 
Dec. 4 to 15. 



Dr. Howard D. Kahn of Vir- 
ginia Beach recently partici- 
pated in. an all-day symposium 
on "dyslexia" -- reading diff- 
iculties of children with good 
intelligence and clear vision. 
More than 1,000 optometrists, 
physicians, teachers, school 
officials and psychiatrists from 
Maine to South Carolina att- 
ended the symposium. 



Mr. William W. McClanan 
ni, of Atlantic Cleaners & 
Laundry in Virginia Beach, 
assumed the office of Director 
of the VIRGINIA ASSOCIATION 
OF LAUNDERERS Ik CLEAN- 
ERS during formal installation 
of new officers on November 
1st at the Board Meeting held 
at the Executive Motor Hotel 
irf Wchmond, Va. 



Rkhmoni Girl 
Is President of 
Jr, Achievers 



BEACH BOROUGH-A young 
lady from Richmoixl, Va,, has 
been elected president of 
Virginia Junior Achievers (VA- 
JAC) at a conference at The 
Cavalier attended by nearly 200 
futurebusinessmenand women. 

The new president of the 
achievers is Dorcas Hall, elec- 
ted to succeed John Hurst of 
Norfolk. 

The theme of the conference 
held last weekend was selling 
merchandise, and Iwys and 
girls who attended were split 
into groups of 20 and given 
"products" to sell. A team 
headed by Deborah Jaslow of 
Arlington , Va,, won in compe- 
tition by giving the best "sales 
pitch" on a Yule log with two 
candles. 

Judges were Adam Orgera, 
Horace Cistola and Robert M. 
Stanton of Virginia Beach. Other 
local men participating in the 
conference included R. Brad- 
shaw Pulley, president of the 
Virginia Beach Chamber of 
Commerce, and William D. 
Russell, assistant minister at 
the First Presbyterian Church 
here. 

Coach Gary Glick of the Nor- 
folk Neptunes also was on the 
program for the conference. 



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Avoid Snow on Coast Route 



* LEGAL NOTICES • LEGAL NOTrCES * LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES • LEGAL NOTICES 



VIRGDOA BEACH-Her<|| 
winter weather advice for East 
Coast inotorists.Ba8ed on U^. 
Weather Bureau records for the 
past 30 years, the chances of 
running into snow and ice are 
about twice as great on the 
inland north-south route than on 
the coastal route over the 
Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. 

And that's not all. It not only 
Kiows more often inland, but 
there's almost always more of 
it. In addition, it's several de- 
grees colder during the winter 
months in Richmond and Wash- 
ington, the highway junctions on 
the inland highway, than it is in 
this area on the coastal route. 

The weatherman favored thp 
coastal route this past winter 
(1966-1967) even more than 
usual. Washington had almost 
four times more snow than 
Norfollc, and Richmond had 
tiiree and a half times as much. 

According to weather experts, 
the milder climate of the coast 
areas during winter months can 
be, attributed in part to the 
warming influence of the Atlan- 
tic Ocean. 

On the basis of snow days, 
Virata's east coast has a far 
better record than the inland 
areas of the State. 

Virginia Beach, according to 
Weather Bureau statistics, also 
had far less snow during the 
past three years. Richmond's 
yearly average of snow from 



196^ to 1967 was 28.4 inches. 
Wft^ngtoh's average was 27.5 
inches. There was only an 
average of 13.2 inches during 
the recent three-year period. 

The U. S. Weather Bureau 
says that this area's "geogra- 
phic position with respect to the 
principal storm tracks is es- 
pecially favorable, being south 
of the average path of storms 
originating in the higher lati- 
tudes and north of the usual 
track of hurricanes and other 
tropical storms. The winters 
are mild, while the autumn and 
spring seasons usually are 
delightful." 

A study of the record bears 
out the Weather Bureau's des- 
cription of mild winters here. 
The average mean temperature 
for November, Decegiber, Jan- 
uary, February and March is 
45.7 degrees, tased on records 
for more than 75 years. Rich- 
mond's average mean for the 
same months is 42.6 degrees, 
while Washington's is 41.1 de- 
grees. Norfolk's average wm- 
ter minimum temperature is 
37.7 degrees; Washington's 
minimum averages 32.8 de- 
grees, and Richmond's is below 
freezing, 31.9 degrees. 

The Weather Bureau also 
says, of the weather in the area, 
which encompasses the Chesa- 
peake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, that 
occasional winters pass without 
a measurable amount of snow- 



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Stage Door Play 
Has 'Possibilities' 



The current production of 
Joseph Stein's comedy, "Enter 
Laughing" at Stage Door Dinner 
Playhouse, was on opening 
night, an unfinished production. 

Attribute it to nervousness; 
attribute it to cast meml)ers 
muffing lines; attribute it to the 
prompter having to be heard 
several times; attribute it to an 
uneven slow pacing that made 
the comedy less funny; attril)ute 
it sometimes to caricatured cha- 
racterizations of juvenile -or 
just attribute it to any combina- 
tion of these, iMit the production 
was weak. An erasure of the 
problems and faults, which 



hard at creating a youthful 
characterization that he has 
little or no interplay with his 
fellow cast members. 

Charles Richman is pleasing 
as the boy's boss in the machine 
shop. His characterization is 
even and studied. 

But real laurels of the evening 
must go to RoUa Nuckles, who 
plays the ham actor with magni- 
ficence. His every hammy syl- 
lable, so well enunciated, is a 
joy to hear, and his movement 
and gestures are just plain fun. 
He made the opening night 
worthwhile. 

It is our belief that a semi- 



shc9})f|;f»me during^the ru^o^ni must present top flight produc- 
it can 'be a better than a^age tions to keep the public coming. 
pres'eWtion. T^ie^j^oti^^fiQ^gt: This production hopefully will 
there. 
The 



loose plot revolves 
around a young Jewish boy, 
supposedly Carl Reiner, who 
wrote the original book. His 
overprotective, typically Jewish 
family, wants him to be a drug- 
gist and is aghast when he 
chooses to become an actor. 
But the acting troupe he chooses, 
composed of particularly 
money-t|ungry hams, is even 
worse than could be expected. 
The sexy parts of the play, that 
is, the young boy's less thjm 
fulfilling escapades with a 
secretary, a member of the 
acting company and his own 
nice little Jewish girlfriend, 
seem incidental and just thrown 
in to add a little flavoring. 

Jack Cross, who plays the 
young aspiring actor and looks 
a lot like a young Carl Reiner, 
does a nice job toward a loosing 
cause. He makes a valiant 
attempt to make the whole thing 
"gel" but falls short because 
of overplaying and not deciding 
upMi a definite age for his 
character. 

His Jewish girlfriend, Wanda, 
played by Lynn Foreman, is 
either too young for the role, or 
plays it far too young, Andrea 
Harris, as the actor's daughter, 
does an acceptable job and 
shows promise, as does Louise 
Olsen, as Miss B, secretary. 

Anne Phipps and J. Miller - 
contribute some nice, warm 
moments as the young boy's 
mother and father, but her 
dropping of lines and the slow 
pace made their opening night 
scenes very, very slow. 

Small bits are also played by 
Danny Gunn, Guy Riddick, Barry 
Margolius, Matt Steckel, Bill 
Covington and David Lang. 

The aspiring young actor's 
sidekick is portrayed by Byron 
Baker, who seems to work so 



improve, but on ^ening night 

was far from semi-professional 

standards. 

JOSEPH LOWENTHAL, JR. 



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There are just a few pointers 
that I want to bring out this week 
for those who are anxious to get 
out and use the pruning shears. 

Apple-tree pruning should be 
done in very early spring, 
rather than in the fall as many 
people do it. Limbs will die 
back on apple trees pruned in 
the fall if followed by a cold 
winter. 

■ Peach trees, on the other 
hand, can be pruned any time 
between now and spring. These, 
in contrast to apple trees, must 
be pruned every year. The apple 
tree need only be pruned every 
other year, if the water sprouts 
are annually removed. 

Water sprouts are the new 
branches that rapidly shoot up 
in June from the main branches 
of the trees. 

These can be removed in June 
or early July by a simple hard 
"Yank" with the hand, or later 
by pruning. 



Unlike this area, where the 
Weather Bureau says a temper- 
ature of zero has never been 
recorded, Richmond's temper- 
ature has dropped that low 
occasionally. The Richmond 
record low is 12 degrees below 
zero, registered in January, 
1940. Although winters in Rich- 
mond are comparatively mild, 
too, the Weather Bureau says, 
"ice storms (freezing rain or 
glaze) are not uncommon" in 
the state ci4)ital. 

According to the Weather 
Bureau, cold waves seldom 
penetrate to this coastal area. 
The Chesapeake Bay Bridge- 
Tunnel, a 17.6 mile long engin- 
eering marvel of bridges, tun- 
nels, man-made islands and 
trestled highways, was opened 
in April, 1964, as an important 
link in the Ocean Highway 
(Routes 17 and 13). Crossing 
the wide mouth of the Chesa- 
peake Bay l)etween the tip of the 
Delmarva Peninsula and the 
Virginia mainland, the Bridge- 
Tunnel saves travelers the 
necessity of using the traffic- 
jammed inland speedways from 
Wilmington, Del., south through 
Washington and Richmond. 

The highway from Wilmington 
to Cape Charles, northern 
terminus of the Bridge-Tunnel, 
is four-laned with the exception 
of a few miles that are now 
being widened. The road is 
straight and flat, with a mini- 
mum of traffic. 

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NOTICE 



Virginia: 



¥q. IVesleyon Dedkates 
Women's Dormhorks 



Virginia Wesleyan College on 
Wednesday dedicated two new 
residence halls, naming them 
after members of two promi- 
nent Norfolk families. 

TTje two womra's dormitor- 
ies, Louise Egi^eston Hall and 
Margarette Banes Old Hall, are 
pirt of the $L6-mUlion Village 
I being occupied itft Wesleyan, 
fMdi is astride tte Norfolk- 
Vlrfinia Beach Ixwndary Um, 

Tbe priadptl speaker for the 
dedication was to be 1%e Rev. 
Dr. Watter C. Guasm, Mstaop 
4r m RldanOBd area <d The 
MeOMdist Clwrcb. 



There are eight buitdings in 
Village 1 at Virginia Wesleyan. 
They include four dormitory 
■ units, two classroom-lounge 
buildings, a dining hall and an 
adjacent academic building 
which now houses the library 
and science laboratories. 

Wesleyan's next building 
project is a library, m which 
construction is scheduled to 
'begin in the next few rocMithB. 
The new collie now has 155 
full-time freshm«i and sopbo- 
4nores, and an addltloittl 112 
persons taking eveoiag cour- 
ses. 



The regular meeting of the 
Council of the City of Virginia 
Beach will be held in the Cir- 
cuit Court, City Hall on Mon- 
day, December 11, 1967, at 2 
P.M. o'clock at which time 
persons will be heard for and 
against the following proposed 
changes of zoning, use permits, 
etc. 

I. Application of the Honor- 
able Council of the City of 
Virginia Beach for a change 
of zoning from Residence Sub- 
urban District 3 (R-S 3) to 
Limited Commercial District 
3 (C-L 3) on certain property 
located on the West side of 
North Lynnhaven Road begin- 
ning at a point 137 feet more or 
less South of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, nmning a distance 
of 85 feet along the West side 
of North Lynnhaven Road, run- 
ning a distance of 150 feet along 
the Northern property line, run- 
ning a distance of 85 feet along 
the Western property line, and 
running a distance of 150 feet 
along the Southern property 
line. (Pinewood Gardens Area.) 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

n. Application of the Honor- 
able ■ Council of the City of 
Virginia Beach for a change 
of zoning from Residence Sub- 
urban District 3 (R-S 3) to 
Limited Commercial District 
2 (C-L 2) of certain property 
located on the intersection of 
Providence Road and Indian Ri- 
ver Road beginning at a point 
170 feet North of Providence 
Road (Relocated) running a dis- 
tance of 260 feet along the 
Southern property line, runn- 
ing a distance of 150 feet along 
the Eastern property line, run- 
ning a distance of 240 feet 
along the Northern property 
line, and running a distance 
of 150 feet along the Western 
property line. (Lakeville 
Estates Area.) Kemps ville Bor- 
ough. 

in. Application of Aragona 
Baptist Church for a Use Per 
mit to construct a church on 
certain property located on the 
North side of Haygood Road 
beginning at a point 555 feet 
more or less West of Hunt- 
ing Hill Lane, running a dis- 
tance of 250 feet along the North 
side of Haygood Road, running 
a distance of 855.42 feet along 
the Eastern property line, run- 
ning a distance of 308.06 feet 
along the Northern property 
line and running a distance of 
827.40 feet along the Western 
property line. (Aragona Vill- 
age Area). Bayside Borough. 

IV. Application of Tabernacle 
Baptist Church for a Use Per- 
mit to construct a church on 
certain property located on the 
West side of Whitehurst Land- 
ing Road, beginning at a point 
1500 feet more or less North 
of Providence Road, running 
a distance of 916.18 feet on the 
West side of Whitehurst Land- 
ing Road, ruffliing a distance 
of 543 feet more or less along 
the Northern property line, run- 
ning a distance of 950 feet 
more or less along the West- 
ern property line and running 
a distance of 933 feet more or 
lest alMigtteSoitfhem property 
line. (hoBM«te»] Area). Kenps- 
vllle Bffiroagii. 

V. ApNlcatlon of at Ken|»- 
vlU* Vctertnary Cllotc for a 
Ufc Peroit to afitnU » vet- 



perty located on the North side 
of Princess Anne Road begin- 
ning at a point 210 feet ipore 
or less East of Bonney Road 
and running a distance of 88.66 
feet along the North side of 
Princess Anne Road, running 
a distance of 188 feet along 
the Eastern property line, run- 
ning a distance of 53.16 feet 
along the Northern property 
line, running a distance of 193.85 
feet along the Western property 
line. Eastern property line of 
abandoned N o r f o 1 k-Southern 
Railroad Right of Way. (Kemps- 
ville Corner Area). Kempsville 
Borough. 

VI. Application of Douglas F. 
Mason for a Use Permit to op- 
erate overnight camping facil- 
ities on certain property located 
450 feet more or less West of 
Colechester Neck Road and 1200 
feet more or less South of 
McClannan Lane, running a dis- 
tance of 640 feet more or less 
along the Northern property 
line, running a distance of 950 
feet more or less along the 
Western property line, running^ 
a distance of 790 feet more or 
less along the Southern prop- 
erty line and running a distance 
of 720 feet more or less along 
the Eastern property line. (Lo- 
tus Gardens Area). Princess 
Anne Borough. 

VII. Application of A. Owens 
Jones, D.V.M. for a change of 
zoning from Residence Duplex 
District 2 (R-D 2) to Limi- 
ted Commercial District 3 (C- 
L 3) and a Use Permit for an 
animal hospital on certain pro- 
perty located on the North side 
of Shore Drive beginning at a 
point 377 feet more or less 
East of Page Avenue, running 
a distance of 52 feet along the 
North side of Shore Drive. Said 
lots are designated as Lot 22 
and the Southern 21 feet of 
Lot 6, Block 4, Plat of Lynn- 
haven Shores.) (Lynnha- 
ven Shores Area). Lynnhaven 
Borough. ^ 

vm. An>lication of Ai-mond 
Caplan, Alan Fleder^nd Harry 
Fleder for a change of zoning 
from Limited Commercial Dis- 
trict 2 (C-L 2) to General 
Commercial District 2 (C-G 2) 
and a Use Permit for a new and 
used car agency on certain 
property located on the Sootti 
side of Virginia Beach Boul- 
evard beginning at a point 601 
feet more or less West of Great 
Neck Road, running a distance 
of 345 feet mqre or less on 
the Sootii side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, running a distance 
of 543 feet more or less along 
the Western property line, run- 
ning a distance of 475 feet more 
or less along the Southern prop- 
erty line and running a distance 
of 352 feet more or less along 
the Eastern property line. (Lon- 
don Bridge Area). Lynnha- 
ven Borough. 

IX. Anillcation of Viking In- 
vestment Corporation for a 
change of zoning from Limited 
Commercial District 2 (C-L 2) 
and Residence Suburban Dis- 
trict 3 (R-S 3) to General 
Commercial District 3 (C-G 3) 
on certain property located on 
the Northeast corner of Hutton 
Lane and Virginia Beach Boul- 
evard, running a distance of 
517.5 feet along the North side 
of Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
running a distance of 626 feet 
more or less along the East- 
ern property line, running a 
distance of 2^ feet along the 
South side of~bconee Avenue, 
running a distance of 700 feet 
more or less along the West- 
ern property line, of which 
210 feet is the Eastern prop- 
erty line of Hutton Lane. Said 
lots are designated as Site 9 
and a portion of Site 8, Plat 
of Oconee Park. (Oconee Park 
Area). Lynnhaven Borough. 

X. Application of Minuteman 
Automatic Car Wash for a 
change of zoning from Limited 
Commercial District I (C-L I) 
to General District 3 (C-G 3) 
and a Use Permit to operates 
a car wash with gasoline sup- 
ply on certain property located 
on the North side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, beginning at a 
point 1200 feet more or less 
East of Plaza Trail, running a 
distance of 244.5 feet on the 
North side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, running a distance 
of 136.14 feet on the Eastern 
property line, running a dis- 
tance of 285.88 feet alorig the 
Northern prc^erty line. Said 
parcel being triangular in 
shape. (Princess Anne Plaft 
Area). Lynnhaven Borough. 

XI. ArolicaUon of J.W, Ar- 
thur by Thomas C. Broyles, 
Attorney, for a change of zon- 
ing from Residence Duplex Dis- 
trict 2 (R-D 2) to Limited 
Commercial District 3 (C-L 3) 
on certain property located on 
the Northwest comer of Shore 
Drive and Ween Street run- 
ning a distance of 128.06 feet 
(w tlie North side of Shore 
Drive, ruimiog a distance of 
»0J7 feet (» the West side of 
Kleen Street. &kl lots aredes- 
igaated as Lots 11, 20, and 22, 
Blodi 6, PM of Lynabaven 
Sbet». (Ljnteven Shores Ar- 
M). LfMiKvai Boroofb. 



xn. Application of The Banks 
Family, Inc., for a change of 
zoning from Residences ub ur- 
ban District 3 (R-S 3) to Lim- 
ited Commercial District 1 (C- 
L 1) on certain property located 
on the East side of North Great 
Neck Road, beginning at a point 
400 feet South of Cape Henry 
Drive, running a distance of 
100 feet alon^ the East side of 
North Great Neck Road, run- 
ning a distance of 259.5 feet 
along the Southern property 
line, running a distance of 100.82 
feet along the Eastern property 
line, and running a distance of 
245.61 feet along the Northern 
property line. Said lots are 
designated as Lots 9 and 10, 
Plat of Lynnhaven Park as found 
in Map Book 22, Page 78. (Lyn- 
nhaven Colony Area). Lynnha- 
ven Borough. 

xni. Application of Laskin 
Developemnt Corporation by 
Thomas C. Broyles, Attorney, 
for a change of zoning from Re- 
tail Business District (B-l> to 
Motel-Hotel District (M-H) and 
a Use Permit to construct a 
62-unit motel on certain prop- 
erty located on the Southwest 
corner of Fourth Street and 
Rudee Boulevard, running a dis- 
tance of 231.5 feet along the 
South side of Fourth Street, 
running a distance of 280.94 
feet along the West side of 
Rudee Boulevard, running a dis- 
tance of 94 feet along the South- 
ern property line, running a dis- 
tance of 245 feet more or less 
along the Western property line. 
Said lots are designated as 
Lots 2,3,4,5, and 6, and the 
Northern portion of Lots 10,11, 
and 12, Block D. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

XIV. Application of Allen So- 
ble by Kellam and Kellam, Att- 
orneys, for a Use Permit to 
operate a camping site on cer- 
tain property located on the 
South side of Shore Drive be- 
ginning at a point 325 feet more 
or less East of Diamond Springs 
Road and running a distance of 
1294 feet more or less along 
the South side of Shore Drive 
running a distance of 760 feet 
more or less along the West- 
ern property line, running a 
distance of 1200 feet more or 
less along the Southern prop- 
erty line and running a dis- 
tance of 1000 feet more or 
less along the Eastern prop- 
erty line. (Old Dominion Mo- . 
tel Area). Bayside Borough. 

XV. Application of Maurice 
Steingold for a change off- 
ing from Residence U>i|^tpn 
District 4 (R-S 4) to Multi- 
ple Family Residence District 
(R-M) on certain property lo- 
cated on the Southeast corner 
of Second Street and Wagner 
Street, formerly Emraett 
Street. Said lots being desig- 
nated as Lots I through 4 and 
Lots 7 through 36, Block 1; 
Lots 1 through 36, Block 2; 
Lots 1 through 36, Block 3; 
excluding the portion of which 
the Virginia Beach-Norfolk Ex- 
pressway has acquired. Said 
lots are shown on Plat of Rose- 
mont Park, Map Book 7, Page 
56. (Windsor Woods Area). Lyn- 
nhaven Borough. 

XVI. The Honorable Council 
of the City of Virginia Beach 
will conduct a Public Hearing 
on an ordinance to amend Sec- 
tions 2 and, 3 of the Master 
Zoning Plan of the City of 
Virginia Beach to include a 
Planned Unit Development Dis- 
trict and setting forth the pro- 
cedure to be followed in mak- 
ing application. More informat- 
ion is available in the Office 
of theClerkof theCircuitCourt, 
Office of the City Manager and 
the Office of the City Planning 
Commission. 

"XVII. An ordinance to require 
all persons, firms and corpora- 
tions to obtain a Use Permit 
to construct and operate a Gas- 
oline Supply Station, Gasoline 
Service Station, Automobile Re- 
pair Garage, Marine Service 
Station and setting forth pro- 
cedures to be followed in ob- 
taining a Use Permit; and 
providing developmental stand- 
ards fbr Gasoline Supply Sta- 
tion, Gasoline Service Station, 
Automobile Repair Garage, Ma- 
rine Service Station. 
XVIII. Master Plan Report #7, 
Communtiy Facilities- Educa- 
tion. More information Is avail- 
able in the Office of the Clerk 
of the Circuit Court, Office of 
Oie City Manager, Office of the 
City School Board, at the three 
City Libraries, aU Public 
School Libraries, and the Office 
of the City Planning Comm- 
ission." 
JOHN V. FEMTRESS, CITY 

CLERK 

By: JEANEITE S. JONES,D.C. 

1I-30.2T 



NOTICE OF TOBLIC HEARING 
The Virginia Beach Planning 
Commisslcm will conduct a 
Public Hearing on Tuesday, 
December 12, 1967 at 2 P.M. 
in the Ififflicipal Court, City 
Hall, n'iDcess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. Tl» 
followlM applications will sw- 
ear on m agenda. 



Lynnhaven Borough 

I. Application of the Honbr- 
^le Council of the City, of 
Virginia Beach for a change 
of zoning from Residence Sub- 
urban District 2 (R-S 2) and 
Residence Suburban District 3 
(R-S 3) to Multiple Family Re- 
sidence District (R-M) and a 
Use Permit to construct a 
mental hygiene center on certain 
property locateU on the North 
side of Wildwood Drive, begin- 
ing at a point 860 feet more 
or less West of First Colonial 
Road and running a distance of 
200 feet along the North side 
of Wildwood Drive, running a 
distance of 400 feet along the 
Eastern Property line, running 
a distance of 200 feet along 
the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 400 feet 
along the Western property line. 
(General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach Area). 

II. Application of Genevieve 
M. Haller, by James, Consolvo, 
Pickett and Campbell, Att- 
orneys, for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban Dis- 
trict 3 (R-S3) to Residence 
Duplex District 1 (R-Dl) and 
a Use Permit to operate a 
professional office on certain 
property located on the South- 
west corner of Birdneck Road 
and Bluebird Drive, running a 
distance of 152.65 feet along the 
West side of Birdneck Road, 
running a distance of 137.32 feet 
along the Southern property line 
running a distance of 149.25 
feet along the Western property 
line and running a distance of 
134.5 feet along the Northern 
property line. (Birdneck Acres 
Area). 

m. Application of Nathan S. 
Gumenick by Nusbaum and 
Alfriend, Attorney, for a 
change of zoning from Residence 
Suburban District I (R-SI), 
Residence Suburban District 2 
(R-S2), Rural Residence Dis- 
trict 3b (R-R 3b) to Residence 
Suburban District 3 (R-S3) on 
certain property located on the 
West side of Great Neck Road 
beginning at a point 900 feet 
more or less South of Lake- 
side Drive, running a distance 
of 1722 feet more or less along 
the Eastern Property line of 
which 119.7 feet Is the West- 
ern property line of Great Neck 
Road, running a distance of 
3236 feet more or less along 
the Southern property line, run- 
ning a distance of 2230 feet 
more or less along the West-, 
ern property line ,(Lynnhaven 
Bay),^tuiiiint a distance of 
Sl27 fe^t^more or less along 
the Northern property line. 
Southern property line of Great 
Neck Estates, Secrion 1 and 
Eastwood Manor, Section 1. 
(Great Neck Estates and East- 
wood Manor Area). 

rv. Application of John S. 
Waller by Ansell, Butler and 
Canada, Attorneys, for a change 
of zoning from Residence Sul>- 
urban District 3 (R-S3) to 
Limited Commercial District 3 
(C-L 3) of certain property lo- 
cated on the East side of Bird- 
neck Road beginning at a point 
75 feet South of 24th Street 
Extended and running a distance 
of 110.25 feet along the East 
side of Birdneck Read, running 
a distance of 113.92 feet along 
the Southern property line, 
running a distance of 115.4 feet 
along the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 156.54 
feet along the Northern pro- 
perty line. (Birdneck Village 
Apartments Area). 
Virginia Beach Borough 

V. ARJlication of John S. 
Waller by Ansell, Butler and 
Canada, Attorneys, for a change 
of zoning from Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-3) to 
Motel-Hotel District (M-H) and 
a Use Permit to construct a 
20-unit motel on certain pro- 
perty located on the South side 
of 21st Street beginning at a 
point 190 feet East of Baltic 
Avenue running a distance of 
110 feet along the South side of 
2lst Street, running a distance 
of 130 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance 
of no feet along the Southern 
property line, and running a 
distance of 130 feet along the 
Western property line. idiots 
are designated as a portion of 
Lot 14 and all of Lots 16,18, 
and 20, Block 44, Map of 
Virginia Beach Development 
Company. 

VI. Application of Fletcher 
Litchfield for a change of zon- 
ing from Retail Business Dis- 
trict (B-I) to Motel-Hotel Dis- 
trict (M-H)*and a Use Permit 
to construct ^ 10-unit motel on 
certain property located on the 
West side of Atlantic Avenue, 
beginning at a point 120 feet 
South of 25th Street, running 
a distance of 75 feet sUong the 
West side of Atlantic Avenue, 
running a distance of 45 feet 
along the Northern {^'(^erty 
line, and runnii^ a distance 
of 45 feet along the Southern 
property line, 

Pungo Borough * 

VII. Application qf Brwe B. 
Gallup for a change of B)ning 
from Agricultural District (A- 
R) to General Commercial Dis- 



trict 1 (C-G I) and a Use Per- 
mit to operate an automatic car 
wash on certain property located 
on the West side of Sandpiper 
Road, beginning at a point 125 
feet South of White Cap Lane, 
running a distance of 75.38 feet 
along the West side of Sand- 
piper Road, running a distance 
of 150 feet along the Northern 
property line, running a dis- 
tance 75.38 feet along the West- 
ern property line, running a 
distance of 150 feet along the 
Southern property line, 
(Sandbridge Area). 
Kempsville Borough 

vm. Application of Fairfield 
Development Corporation for 
changes of zoning from Resid- 
ence Suburl»n District 4 (R- 
S 4) to General Commercial 
District 1 (C-G 1) and from 
Residence Suburban District 3 
(R-S 3) to General Commer- 
cial District 1 (C-G 1) and 
from Residence Suburban Dist- 
rict 4 (R-S 4) to Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-^) on 
certain property located West 
of Kempsville Road and North 
of Providence Road. 
Parcels A, C, E, G, and H 
to be changed from R-S 4 to 
C-G 1: On certain property 
located on the Northwest corner 
of Kempsville Road and Prov- 
idence Road, running a distance 
of 2100 feet more or less along 
the North side of Providence 
Road, running a distance of 960 
feet more or less along the 
Western property line, running 
a distance of 2240 feet more 
or less along the Northern pro- 
perty line, running a distance 
of 950 feet more or less along 
the West side of Kempsville 
Road. 

Parcel B to be changed from 
R-S 4 to R-M: On certain pro- 
perty located North of Parcel 
A and 250 feet more or less 
West of Kempsville Road, run- 
ning a distance of 1950 feet more 
or less along the Southern pro- 
perty line, running a distance 
of 1250 feet more or less along 
the Western prc^erty line, and 
running a distance of 900 feet 
mor^ or less along the Northern 
property line. Said parcel being 
triangular in shape. 
Parcel I to be changed from 
R-S 3 to C-G I: On certain 
property located South of Prin- 
cess Anne Road and East of 
the Elizabeth River, running 
a distance of 660 feet more or 
less along the Eastern property 
line, running a distance, of, 800 
feet more or less along, tn^ 
Southern prc^rty line^unning 
a distance of 680 feet mdfi 
or less along the Western pro- 
perty line. Eastern property 
line of the Elizabeth River. 
Plats and additional information 
are available in the Office of 
the City Planning Commission. 
(Bellamy Manor-Kempsville 
Colony Area). 

DC.. Application of Fairfield 
Development Corporation for a 
Use Permit to construct a bill- 
board 12 -feet by 24 -feet on the 
Northwest corner of Providence 
Road and Kempsville Road. 
(Bellamy Manor-Kempsvllle 
Colony Area). 

/X. Application of I.S.I. In- 
vestment Corporation by Kellam 
and Kellam, Attorneys, for a 
Use Permit to construct a gas- 
oline sun>ly station on certain 
property located at the South- 
east corner of Indian River 
Road and Centerville Turnpike 
Relocated, running a distance 
of 526.78 feet along the South 
side of Indian River Road, run- 
ning a distance of 321.73 feet 
along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 466.19 
feet along the Southern pro- 
perty line, running a distance 
of 368.58 feet along the West- 
ern property line, a portion of 
which is the Eastern property 
line of Centerville Turnpike 
Relocated. (Avalon HUls Area). 

XI. An)lication of Ferebee's 
inc. for a discontinuance, clo- 
sure and abandonment of certain 
streets located In East Norfolk 
Annex and the Subdivision of 
Midway. 

Subdivision of East Norfolk An- 
nex: 

Eleventh Street: Beginning at 
the West side of Avenue R, 
running in an Easterly direc- 
tion 1290 feet more or less to 
the East side of Avenue M. 
Avenue R: Beglnnir^ at the 
North side of Eleventh Street 
and runaii^ in a Northerly 
direction 100 feet more or less. 
Subdivision of Midway: 
Fourth Street: Beginning at the 
Eastern boundary line of the 
Subdivlson (rf Midway and runn- 
ing in a Westerly direction of 
170 feet more or less. 
Fourth Street: Beginning on the 
East side ol Lot 16, Block 23 
and runnii^ in a Westerly di- 
rection a distance of 955 feet 
more or less to the Western 
boundary line of the^bdivision 
of Midway. 

Kentucky Avenue: Beginning on 
the North side of Fourth Street 
and runnitf in a Northerly 
direction a dlstence of 415 feet 
more^ less. 

West Virginia Av^ue: Beginn- 
ing at the North side of Fourth 
Street and ruudng in a North- 



erly direction a distance of 355 
feet more or less.' 
Virginia Avenue: Begging on 
the Sbttthern boundary line of 
the Subdivision of Midway and 
running in a Northerly direc- 
tion a distance of 80 feet more 
or less to the South side of 
Fourth Street. 

Virginia Avenue: Beginning on 
the North side of Fohrtt Street 
and running in a Northerly dN, 
rection a distance of 305 feet 
more or less. 

Maryland Avenue: Beginning at 
the Southern boundary line of 
the Subdivision of Midway and 
running in a Northerly direction 
a distance of 125 feet more or 
less to the South side of Fourth 
Street. 

Maryland Avenue: Beginning on 
the North side of Fourth Street 
and running in a Northerly di- 
rection a distance of 235 feet 
more or less. 

Pennsylvania Avenue: Beginning 
on the North side of Fourth 
Street and running in a North- 
erly direction a distance of 160 
feet more or less. 
Plats and more detailed infor- 
mation are available In the 
Office of the City Planning 
Commission. (Windsor Woods 
Area). 

XII. AM)lication of Heritage 
House of Virginia, Inc. T/A 
Holmes Convalescent Home for 
a discontinuance, closure and 
abandonment of a portion of 
South Ash Street, beginning at a 
point on the North side of Bon- 
ney Road and nmning in a Nor- 
Qierly direction 273 feet more 
or less. Said street is 60 feet 
in width. (Thalia Village Area). 
All interested persons are in- 
vited to attmd. 
PATRICK L. STANDING 
Acting Director (rf Planning 

11-30-2? 

Virginia : 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on the 
22 day of November, 1967. 
Re: Estate of HERBERT Mc- 
ILWAINE STUTZ, Deceased 
SHOW CAUSE ORDER 

It appearing that a report of 
the accounts of The Bank of 
Virginia, Executor of the Estate 
of Herbert McDwaine Stutt^ de- 
ceased, and of the debts and 
demands against his estate have 
been filed in the Clerk's Office, 
and that six months have elaps- 
ed since the qualiflcatioo, on 
motion of The Bank of Virgliiia, 
Executor, IT IS ORDERED that 
the Creditors of,1ind all bBien 
int«ra8ted,laikeiastate do«lio« 
cause, if any Uiey can, oatbe'i 
29th day of December, 1967, 
before this Court as its court- 
room, against the payment and 
delivery of the Estate of Her- 
bert Mcllwaine Stutz, deceased, ' 
to the legatees, without requir- 
ing refunding boncte. 

It is furUier ORDERED that 
the foregoing portion of this 
order be piri)lished once a week 
for two successive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a newspaper 
published in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
B*" J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
I asked for this: 
Russell R. Stallard, 
Attorney for The Bank of Vir- > 
ginia. Executor > 

11-30-2T 

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COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA • 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 22nd day 
of November, 1967, 

Iris Hawell ElUott Johnson, 
Plaintiff, against 

Robert Lee Johnson, Defen- 
dant. : 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The (^ject of this suit is for ' 
the said plaintifl to obtain a ' 
divorce from the bonk of; 
matrimony from the said defen- 
dant, upon the grounds of not ' 
living together for over a peri- 
of of two years. 

And an afficdavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of ' 
Virginia, Ote last known poat ■"■ 
office ackiress being 102 A. ' 
Magnolis Springs Apartments, ' 
Green Cove ^nings, Florida. ' 
It is ordered that he do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A copy— T^te: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C, ' 

Mr. Frank E. BuUer, HI, 
Atty. 

Messrs. Ansell, Butler &Cina- ' 
da, Attys. " 

3707 Virginia Beach Boulevard ^ 
Virginia B^ch, VirglnU 234S2 
11-30-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the • 

Circuit Cour t (rf tiie City of' 

Virginia Beach, on the 27th day ' 

of November, 1M7. 
Joie Bridgette Hess, Plalntlfl 

against ' 

^(*mi Wayne Hess, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The ^ject <tf ttis suit Is fbr 

the said plaintifl to obtain a 

divorce a m^sa which may 



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later be merged Uito a divorce 
a vlnculp matrimoaii from tte 
saiddefeiKUuiit,q;N)Baie gromls 
of desertion. 

And an tffidailt bavtagbeen 
made and filed tliat tlie {daii^ 
is a residoit of Virgi^Beaeh, 
Virginia and that ite hai wed 
due diligence to aaeertain 
where the deCnidant is, vimout 
effect, the defendant's last' 
known address being in care of 
his father, Robert T. Hess, 
3427 Wilshire Boulevard, Wil- 
mington, North Carolina. It is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste; 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Messrs. Drewry it Evans, 
Attys. 

3007 Pacific Ave., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

U-30-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VmCINIA 
In the Clerk's Ofllee of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 14tti d^r 
of November, 1967. 
Brooke Brown* Campbell, 
Plaintiff, against George Sun- 
uel Campbell, Jr., Defeadaitf. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of tkls svtt is 
for the said plalatur to Ob- 
tain a divorce, A ViDCOlo Mat- 
rimonii fh>m the said Oefen* 
dant, upon the groonds of sep- 
aration for a period of more 
than two (2) years. 

And an aflldavit havtafbeea 
made and filed that the def- 
endant is not a resldeat of iie 
State of Virginia, the last known 
post office address bdag R.O. 
#1 Transfer, Pennsytvaida, it 
is ordered that he do appear 
here within 10 (t«i) days after 
due pUblicatioo hereof, ttd do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in fills suit. 
A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLS NEWMAN. D.C. 

Messrs. Clarke t IMMor, 
Attys. 

5209 VirglnU Beach Boolevard, 
Virginia Beach, Virgtab 

U-n-4T 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINU 
In die Clerk's (Mfie* of the 

• Circuit Coort of fiw City of 
VirginU Beach, oo ite 1401 day 
of November, 1967. 

Jerry W. Workaua, Plaia- 
tiff, agaiwt 

Ganeva E. Worknaa, Drfao- 
dant. 

ORDER OF PUBUCATKJN 

The object of OUs salt Is fcr 
the said plalnttir to Mala a 
divorce a mensa el tlsnv to 
be later merged late a Avorce 
a viAcolo matrinoali aad cus- 
tody of fiw Infant ehUd of Om 
parttes from file said dafan- 
(hmt upon file groods fd des- 
ertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed tliat Om Mea- 
dant is not a realdeat of file 
State of Virglaia, file last known 
post office address baiag M4 
West Park Aveaoe, Ctiaaidna, 
Ohio. It is ordered tkat she do 
appear here wittiltt K) (ta)d^« 
atter duepabUcatioahwaaCMid 
do what may be necanary to 
protect her Interest iafiiissiiit. 
A c(^— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLB NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. Theodwe A.Boyee,Atty. 

105 North Plasa Trail, 

Virginia Beach, Virglaia 

U.23-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In fiw Clerk's (Mf (tf ttie 
CircuU Court of ttw City of 
Virginia Beach, on fiM ITOi day 
of November, 19(7. 

Stephanie Lynn Boiler Atkin- 
son, Plainttff, agalBft 

Presley Otto Attdasoe, m, 
Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of fills salt U to 
obtain a divorce tnm bsd and 
board to be later margad Inlo a 
divorce a vinculo niirlBiOBU 
from file aaid delMidaat i«on 
the grounda of daswtloa. 

Atthan aflldavit havtafbeen 
made and filed ttiatttiedafaiidBat 
is a -non-reaideirt of ttM Slat* 
of Virginia, ttie last kaowa po^ 
office address b«lar. H & MS 
15 Flight Line, c/o n**l Pott 
Offic*, San Frandsco, CalUor- 
nia 96602.nisor«w«dflMtha 
do appear her* wffltt t«a(10) 
days after dD*p«t)lle«^»lM'«- 
of , and do what msf to MMSi- 
ary to protect his fiit*r«st In 
fills sdt 
A cofiy— Teste: 

* JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
J. CURTB FRUIT, D.C. 

Messrs. Moody, Mtttnc, 
Yooiic I W«t, Attyt. U Law 
704 Profasslooal MMtag 
PortsmoottLVtrglate 

11-SS-4T 

COMMONWEALTH atfWSBmk 
In ttM Clark's Oflle* of Urn 

Circuit Coort <tf n* a|P of 

VirginU Beach, <m fiw fftday 

of November, 1997. 
John A. LtvlaiilOB^Fisttllir 

^alttt 



Yukiko K. Livingstone, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion and 
adultery. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
Is not a resident of the State of 

Virginia, the last known post 
office address being c/o General 
Delivery, Louisville, Kentucky. 
It is ordered that she do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this suit. 
A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. James R. McKenry, Atty. 
Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attys. 
1369 LasUn Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-16-4T 

COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF 
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE 
Pursuant to and by virtue of 
a decree of the Circuit Court of 
file City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, made and entered on 
the 3rd day of November, 1967, 
in the chancery cause tiierein 
pending under the style of Cobo 
Corporation, Complainant v. 
Jerry Poole, Jr. et als.. Defen- 
dants, Allen J. Gordon, the 
ondersigned Special Commis- 
sioner, will (xffer for sale at 
PiiiUc Auctton to ttie highest 
bidder in front of ttie Court 
House of the Circuit Court of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, on 
Wednesday, December 14, 1967 
at 9'.30 A.M., ttie following 
described real estate, to-wlt: 
ALL ttiat certain lot, piece or 
parcel of land lying, situate, 
and being in ttie Bayside Bor- 
ough of ttie City of VirginU 
Beach, Virginia, and bounded 
and described as follows: 
Bounded on the north by ttie 
land now or formerly belong- 
ing to McCUllers; bounded on 
the east by the Uuids now or 
formerly belonging to Brown; 
bounded on the soutti by lands 
now or fbrmerly belonging to 
Brown; and bounded on the 
west by lands now or former- 
ly belonging to McCullers; 
and being Lot 28 on the plat 
recorded in Deed Book 59 at 
page 48 In the Office of the 
Clerk of ttie Circuit Coort of 
file City of VirginU Beach, 
Virginia. According to a re- 
cent survey containing 2.367 
acres. 

A deposit of $500.00 wUl be 
required of the successful 
bidder. 

Sale shall be subject to the 
approval and confirmatton of 
the Court. 

Terms ot Sale: Cash. 
ALLEN J. GORDON 
Special Commissioner 
CLERK'S CERTIFKATE 
I hereby certify ttut ttie bond 
required liy the above-men- 
tioned decree has been duly 

6X6CUt6(l« 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

BY: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

U16 4T' 



VfrginU: 

In ttie Clerk's Office oi ttie 
Circuit Court of ttie City of 
VirginU Beach on the 1st day of 
November, 1967. 
In Chancery Docket No. 11298 

AUDREY E. PRINCE 
vs. 
JACK T. MUSTIN, et als 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of thU suit U 
to effect partition amongst ttie 
owners in one of the modes 
prescribed by Uw of Oie follow- 
ing described property: 
ALL THAT certain lot, piece 
or parcel of land, with the 
buildings and improvements 
thereon, lying, situate and 
being in tiie Cl^ of VirginU 
Beach, Virginia, being known, 
numbered and designated as 
Lot 9 in Block 9 as shown on 
the put entitled "Subdivision 
of ARAGON A VILLAGE, SEC- 
TION 12," which plat U duly 
recorded U the Clerk's Office 
of ttie Circuit Coort of the 
City of VirginU Beach, Vir- 
ginU In Map Bode 47 at page 
34. , 

An affidavit having been made 
and filed ttiat Jack T. Musttn U 
not a resident of ttiU State, the 
last known post office being c/o 
Clare Mustin, 3519 JohnStreet, 
Norfolk, Virginia. 

It U ORDERED fliat Jack T. 
MustU do appear within ten (10) 
days after due pubUcatton of 
ttiU Order and do what U neces- 
sary to protect hU Interests. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Bruce G. Murphy 
301 25tti Street 
VirginU Beach, VirginU 

11-9-4T 



VirginU: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on the 
6tti day of November, 1967. 

ASPHALT ROADS* MATER- 
IALS COMPANY, INC., Plain- 
tiff, vs. 

ELI M, WOLFSON 
625 Gramatui Avraue 
Mount Vernon, New York 
and 

PATRICIA H. WOLFSON 
625 Gramatan Avenue 
Mount Vernon, New York, 
PrUclpal Defendants, 

RODGER D. GARRIETT 
5408 Susquahanna Drive 
VirginU Beadi, VirginU 



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and 
MRS. RODGER D. GARRIETT 

5408 Susquahanna Drive 
VirginU Beach, Virginia,. 
Co-Defendants 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this action is to 
attach the real esUte of the 
defendants, Ell M. Wolfson and 
PatricU H. Wolfson, generally 
known as 5408 Susquahanna 
Drive, Lot 16, Block J, Section 
3, Carolanne Farms, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and the rents 
therefrom, and to subject the 
same to the payment of the 
Indebtedness of the defendants 
to the plaintiff amounting to 
$1791.00 »-lth Interest from 
June 1, 1966, until paid. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the principal 
defendants are not residents of 
the SUte of Virginia and that 
their last known post office 
, address is 625 Gramatan Aven- 
ue, Mount Vernon, New York, 
and it appearing that service on 
said principal defendants cannot 
be had In the State of Virginia, 
it U ORDERED that the said 
principal defendants. Ell M. 
Wolfson and Patricia H. Wolf- 
son, do a^jpear within ten days 
after due publication of this 
order and do what is necessary 
to protect their interests, and 
itU 

ORDERED that this order be 
publUhed once per week for 
four successive weeks In the 
VirginU Beach Sun, a news- 
paper pujbllshed U the City of 
VirginU Beach, VirgUia. 
A Copy Test: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: R.H. WEST, D.C. 
Caton L Wright, p.q. 
2508 Pacific Avenue 
P.O. Box 234 
VirginU Beach, Virginia 

11.9-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
VirginU Beach, on the 8th day 
of November, 1967. 

Janet Ruth Whalen, Plaintiff, 
a^inst 

James Arthur Whalen, Defen- 
dant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of thU suit U for 
the said plaintiff to obtaU a 
divorce a mensa et thoro to be 
later merged into an a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said def oi- 



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dant, upon the grounds of 
constructive desertion and/or 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being, 53 Colum- 
bus Avenue, Sommerville, 
Massachusetts. It is ordered 
Qiat he do appear here within 10 
(ten) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his interest 
in this suit. 
A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. Bruce G. Murphy, Atty, 
30I-25th Street, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-16-4T 

- ■ ■ - ■ 'n . - 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA , 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 6th day 
of November, 1967. 

Lillian Iris Bowles, Plaintiff 
against 

Richard Franklin Bowles, De- 
fendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said' plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce from the bonds of 
matrimony from the said defen- 
dant, upon the grounds of deser- 
tion for more than the one (1) 
year statutory period, pursuant 
to Section 20-121.01 of the 1950 
Code of Virginia, as amended. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
Is not a resident of the State of 
VirginU, the last known post 
office address being Route #2, 
BeUevlUe, West Virginia. It is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
Interest in this suit. 
A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attj«. 
1396 Laskln Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-9-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court, of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 6th day 
of November, 1967. 

Elolse Andrews Manning, 
Plaintiff, against 
Martin M. Manning, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The objec^ of thU suit U for 
the said platntiff to obtain a 
■divorce A VUculo Matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of two-year separ- 
ation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due diligence 
has been used by or U behalf of 
the plaintiff to find in which 
county or corporation the 
defendant resides, without ef- 
fect, the last known post office 
address being Bondale Apart- 
ments, Bondale Avenue, Nor-' 
folk, Virginia. It Is ordered 
that he do appear here within 
10 (ten) days after due publi- 
cation hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect hU 
Interest In thU suit. 
A copy—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 

Mr. Thomas C. Broyles, 
Atty. 

1369 Laskln Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-9-4T 

la Spfclal NotioM 

REWEAVING 
For a reasonable pri^e - those 
skirts, pants and uniforms can 
be ready for wear - anywhere! 
Call 428-1428. 

Family to board male boxer. 
Call 428-0771. 

For sale -first deed of trust on 
multi-family property. En- 
trance to toll road. Write Box 

#210. 

$50 scholarship for beauty 
course to those who qualify. 
Oceana, Janaf, and Indian River 
Beauty Academies. 428-3246, 
855-2061 o r 420-1645. 

It Lort-Found 

MlnUture black poodle. Lost In 
vicinity of Oceanside and 65th 
Street. Wearing choke collar 
and flea colUr. Answers to name 
Bilbo. Reward. Call 622-6498. 

AUTOMOTIVI 

» AtttomoMlef Fw- Sale 

SAAB- 1964. Radio and heater. 
Perfect commuter, like new, 
below NADA at S650. Call 423- 
1198. 

1956 Mercury Tudor s«Un. Good 
for irark or as second car. 
Tires body and motor In very 
good condition. $175. Call 
428-4570 after 6 or weekends. 

1948 Chevrolet. 6 cylinders. 
Stral^t stick. Good runnii^ 
condition. $100. Call 428-2260. 




AUTOMOTIVE 



22 Motorcycles Fw Sale 

Honda - 150. In good condition. 
Reasonable offer. Call 340-3538 
after 6 P.M. 

BUSINESS SERVICES 

30 AppUance Services 

NOTICE! 
Contractors & Home Builders- 
Let us help you with that new 
home -additions -or repairs. 
We can furnish materials from 
basement to attic and aid you 
in financing. 
Phone: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 
(1) 426-6^21 
428-1688 
426-6937 

VACUUM CLEANERS-Hoover. 
Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient repairs. Pick up and 
delivery. Phone 428-4222. Fuel 
Feed and Building Supplies, Inc. 

31 Building— Repairing 

PAINTING wanted. Small jobs, 
interior or exterior. Call 428- 
7586. 

' — — ..... I ■ — '■■■■■ — 

36 Home Maintenance 

Virginia Beach Chimney swee- 
pers and fire place repair. 
Dampers Installed or fixed. 
Furnace cleaning. Call 428-7350 

EMPLOYMENT 

40 Help Wanted— Female 

— ' - ■ ...— 

Woman bus driver for private 
school. Write Box #150, care of 
Virginia Beach Sun. 



GUITARS 
Headquarters for Gibson, Gret- 
sch and Fender guitars and 
amplifiers. We teach you to 
play. Class lessons on guitar 
Mr. Ted Grimes, teacher. Clas- 
ses start now. Call Rowe and 
Long Music Company. Princess 
Anne Plaza. 340-7631. 

MERCHANDISE 

00 Articles For Sale 

CARPET FACTS 
First quality, regular $7.95. Du- 
pont 501 carpet, $3.99 a square 
yard. $9.95 Kodel Polyesters 
for $5.99 a square yard. 28 
colors. Call Mr. Hutcheson at 
622-9816. Dealer. 

12-lnch "high-hat" SUPER 
cymbals on a "speed pedal" 
stand. Would be Ideal for a boy 
learning to play the drums. Call 
340-5551 after 3:30 p.m. week- 
days. 

100 Rooms For Rent 

Rooms - home atmosphere with 
privacy. Facing Ocean on bus 
line. $10 weekly. 425-9794 or 
428-7421. 

RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



1 day a week for general house- 
keeping and Ironing. Transport- 
ation necessary. 428-1587 after 
4:30 p.m. 

41 Help Wanted— Male 



EX-MILITARY MEN! 

Call 622-1307 

Openings avalUble-local or 

relocate 

TIDEWATER EMPLOYMENT 

AGENCY 

147 Granby St. 

Law Bldg. Suite 638 

WIVES and DEPENDl^NTS 
of NCO*S and PO«S(!n ■ 

Check with our office for per- 
sonal job openings. Call Mar- 
garet Kelly. 

NCO/PO 

AVAILABILTY, INC. 

"Complete Personnel Service" 

1600 East Little Creek Rd. 

Norfolk, VirginU 23518 

583-5984 

Come See For True 



43 PoaKlOB Wanled-FcBiale 



111 Apartment* Famished 



2 bedroom fomUhed bouse. 
Centrally located. Reaaomtde- 
year round. 42t-7827 or 428- 

4980. ■ 

North Alanton-Deep water 
front, 5 bedroom, completely 
ftarnished home. Long or short 
term-$325. Great Neck Estate* 
-Lovely wooded lot. Sbedrooma, 
furnUhed. Freezer -washer - 
dryer -stereo. Short term-|225 
per month. Call Jim March 
428-2901 - mghU 340-6075. 
VirginU Beach Realty 

2 bedrooms, living room, dloUt 
room, kitchen, bath. CentraUy 
located. Near t>«acb. CiU own- 
er 428-501M28-2143^ 

lllA Hooaet-UnAnldMi 

Small house. 2 bedrooms. Floor 
furnace. Big yard. Stove and 
refrigerator included. 2652 
Southern Blvd. Call 486-2222. 
Mr. Kline. 

BAY COLONY DRIVE, 237- 
Modern 3-bedroom, 3-batb,im- 
farnished home with guest 
cottage. Near ocean. Yearly. 
GA 8-4205; MA 2-4575; ieA2- 
2130. 

VIRGINIA BEACH-316 CavaU«r 
Drive, 3 bedroom, 2-bath un- 
fhmlshed home, next to Cava- 
Uer Hotel. 428-1330 or 428- 
16833 Coop«r Real^. 



42 Help Wanted-MaJe or Female 

Choice jobs in Virginia Beach, 
See Maxlne Merrltt, Personnel 
Consultants, Executive Build- 
ing, 2nd floor. Princess Anne 
Plaza. 340-2528. 

MANPOWER -INC. 
URGENTLY NEEDS 
Stenographers 
We have Immediate assign- 
ments, many adjacent to Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

■ NO FEE 
Time off between jobs when de- 
sired - work on these temporary 
jobs when convenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and job 
assignment. 627-3661. 
Manpower, Inc. 
733 Boush Street 
Norfolk, Va. 



2 bedrooms. Nicely fhrnUhed. 
Yearly or monthly rental. Call 
428-0160 days or 428-8289 
nights. 

Austins Court Motel Apartments 
206-19th Street. Efficiency 
^)artments. All utilities fam- 
ished. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furnished rooms. Block 
from Bus SUtion. By week or 
month. 

1 and 2 bedrooms, modem, with 
living room, kitchen and bath. 
Weekly, monthly or yearly 
rates. In the heart of town. 
About 3 minutes walk to the 
beach. Also hotel rooms. Call 
428-6713. 

2-3 room furnUhed apartments, 
Atlantic Ave. Excellent location. 
Reasonable yearly rental. Call 
265-2665. 

BLUE MARLIN LODGE 
2411 Pacific Avenue 
Bachelors or couples. Com- 
pletely furnished In luxury de- 
cor. All utilities, full kitchen 
and dining area. Ready for liv- 
ing-just bring your suitcase. 
Come see for yourself. Call 

428-6114 or 428-5651. 

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VIRGINIA BEACH-White Sands 
Apts. Furnished, heated. $65 
and up. Atlantic at 6th Street. 

428-4703. 

lllA Famished Houses and 
Apartaients For Rest 

Short term or yearly. FurnUh- 
ed - unfurnished, 1 to 5 bedroom 
cottages, apartments. Anchor 
Realty. 428-7421 anytime. 

112A Cottages For Rent 

Furnished or UnfnndslMd 



118 



Piaees. For Real 



OFFICE SPACE 

Air Conditioned 
Ample Parking Space 

2407 PACIFIC AVENUE 

W. T. JARVIS, OWNEH 
Phone 428-3293 

MAI WTATi FOR SALE 

120 BnataMW Profotj 

Restaurant for sale at VirginU 
Beach. Good year round busi- 
ness. Ideal for couple or part- 
nership. Call 425-9843. 

124 Heases Fer Sale 

ALANTON-2 Colonial 4-bed- 
room iangsl>errys. You name 
finandor. 133,600. Immediate 
possession. Call builder, 481- 
'48fl;iagiltS 428-0465. 

Alairton -(Rutland Drive)-Large 
custom designed 4 bedroom 
ranch. See today and choose 
colors. Youll love the room 
Uyout! Breeden Constmction 
Co. 425-1633. 

6 attractive houses. Ranch or 
duplex. For sale by owner. 
Financing arranged. 426-7442, 

Its Real Estate Waated 

We need listings! Sales and 
rentaU, VirginU Beach Area. 
Call lllaye Navarre, 428-7322 
or 428-2388, Oceana Realty. 



CAVALIER. DRIVE-2 Modem 
furnished apartments, opposite 
hotel, near ocean, yearly; GA 
8-4205; MA 2-4575; MA 2-2130. 



Moury Kiyanio 
Auction Compuii» 



UobeUevlble DaaU? 
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Your Salesman 

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Excellent care for small child- 
ren In nice clean home. Fenced 
yard. CaU 428-6792. 

Ejqpert care for children in my 
home. Ages 3 to 5 years. Ex- 
perienced baby sitter and sub- 
stitute teacher. Call 428-8856. 



Loving care for your child in 
my home. Pembroke area. Call 
497-7504. 

FINANCIAL 

50 Business Opportunities 

I AM IN SEARCH OF apartlcu- 
Ur type of person who U inter- 
. ested in earning a sulstantUl 
extra income in independent 
cosmetic business. Full or part 
time. No previous sales exper- 
ience necessary. Call 464-2330 
for interview. 

INSTRUCTIONS 

(0 Instructional Courses 

DALE CARNEGIE COURSES— 
Leadership. Speaking. Sales, 
Memory. Human Relations. 
Management. 223 W. York St. 
Call 622-8878. 

Musical Instruments. Organ, 
drums, piano, guitars, etc. 
Temple of Music, Pembn&e 
Mall. Call 499-0551. 



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All Tidewater can be proud of the long awaited and needed highway between 
Virginia Beach and Norfolk . . . with time-saving, safe, on-ramp and off-ramp 
roads to local populated areas and Chesapeake. Hereis a three-lane dual 
expressway engineered to maintain a continuous flow of traffic for your safety 

and convenience. This super-highway is definitely a milestone in progress, 
which opens new avenues for development ... for tourism ... for industry, and 
encourage business growth for Virginia Beach, Norfolk, and Chesapeake 



The following contractors are proud to have participated in the construction 

of this new expressway: 



AMES & WEBB ,INC. 

3145 VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. 
NORFOLK, VA. 

CONTRACTORS PAYING CO., 

INC. 

3779 BONNEY ROAD 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 

E.C. ERNST, INC. 

1109 S. MILITARY HIGHWAY 
CHESAPEAKE, VA. 



FORD PILE FOUNDATION, INC. 

4985 HOLLAND ROAD 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 



LUKE CONSTRUCTION 
CO., INC. 

3153 AZALEA GARDEN ROAD 
NORFOLK, VA. 



C.L. PINCUS JR. & CO. 

3500 HOLLAND ROAD 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 



STAFFORD & GAMMON 
INC. 

904 WIDGAN ROAD 
NORFOLK, VA. 

E.Y. WILLIAMS 

925 S. MILITARY HIGHWAY 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 



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to commemorate Norwegian end American 
seam^ who perithed together wrtien the 
Norwegian baric "Dictator" of Mott was 
wrecltedoff these thoVet «i March 27, 1891. 



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Thursday, November 30, 1967 



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Here Comes Christmas.... 




Christmas is in the air— at least 
Christmas open houses are. 

Both Cape Henry Women's Club and 
Broad Bay Garden Club will have theirs 
on Dec. 6, close enough to each other so 
everyone can view the two without any 
inconvenience. « 

And both will benefit the General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach. 

Good luck to all. 



■Mrs. Bonney and Mrs. C.E. Upton Jr., clu b president, hang a 
wreath on the wide front door of Broad Bay Manor. 

Cape Henry Woman^s Club 



to view it Wednesday, Dec. 6, 
when Cape Henry Woman's Club 
sponsors "Christmas in the 
Country" at Broad Bay Manor, 
the home of Mr. and Mrs. 
Everyone will have a chance j Furman Dey at 1696 Great 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH -- 
Just Imagine the charm and 
beauty of a 327 -year -old house 
decorated for Christinas. 





CAROU 
COLUMN 




Carolyn McAllen 



Car—No License 

Tbey tixxild have Included a set of driving lessons. 

Pat Daily's arst comment vpoa learning of Richard Kline's 
and R. K. Chevrolrt's surprise gift of a Chevrolet Camero for 
winning the Virginia Beach Junior Miss tlUe was, "Now maybe 
Mom will let me get my driver's license." 

In fact Uua was almost tte first uwlerstandable thing the pert 
branet 17-y«ar-old uttered after learning Oie judges' choice last 
Saturday night. Befbre that she just squealed. No tears, however. 

Her three younger brothers were among the first persons on 
the stage after the ann(»mcement. 

Patriotism entered Into the contest too, despite newspaper and 
magailne reports of disinterest and unconcern among today's 
teenagers. Kay Henderson, dressed In Army fatigues, recited 
"A Soldier's Last Letter to Be Read after His Death" as her 
MtiA prMtntaUon. Faye Frost, a 4-H Club member, gave an 
original speech on "I Am an American," wito the Statue of 
Liberty and an American flag in the bacicground. 

Th0 contest had several Interesting sidelights. After Sandra 
Long had performed a toe dance, the master of ceremonies, Ron 
Alexander, told the audience that Saturday was the first time 
Sandy had danced in some time. Seems she broke a toe. 

Aim Cherryman, also talented at playing a guitar and singing, 
(Mde her lovely white forM for the pageant-a project many 
«Q>erlenced s^mstressM wouldn't attempt. 

In my (H>inloD, Uils contest, sponsored by the Bayslde-Prlncess 
Anne Ji^cees, brought together the very best of today's teenaged 
girls. First of all I was In.pressedby the poise of each and every 
one— ilMt Is until the winner was announced and the other 
contestants all flocked around Pat like bees to honey. 

Teresa Seaman, when questioned about her plaiB to become a 
^ychologlst, replied without hesitation, "It's the best career a 
woman can have. How else can she know wh^ ber husband does 
what be doM?" (Ladies, take a hlnU) 

Whether it was deliberate or not I don't know, but a mixup in 
music proved to be a good test of composure during the "youth 
«tltness" jwiging. The 16 contatants were to do a pom pom dance 
whlcb Included {^yslcal exercise. However, the music started 
Ute. At ^ end, several girls kept dancing wlUi the music while 
ttie others stopped, TIwi Rm Aleonier had the girls reprat ttie 
dance from the beginniac. 

Apparertly a very ctosely-knit group, there was a four-way 
tie for the "Miss PersottUty" award (the winner selected by the 
0rls themselves). Fiully tt^ urrow»l it down to two and split 
ttM prize. Picked were Nawsy Harris and Teresa Seaman. And 
they iM a tmu* too. It sevms tte ^NrtMUnte mU five mges of 
advertisii^ tlwmselvM, so tte HKney wtt taroed into pria^. 

tf ttMse girls r^iTMot tte l^re mottersdAneria, I don't 
iMsk this coontry hu so mwdi to irorry iboot. 



Neck Road. A $1 donation will 
be asked for tickets. Proceeds 
will be for the benefit of the 
General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach. 

The first part of Broad Bay 
Manor (what is now the dining 
room) was built by Thomas 
Allen In 1640. A Georgian-style 
north wing was finished in,1773. 

The original hand-carved man- 
tels and fireplaces with their 
original pots and cranes are • 
still in the house. The wide 
plank floors also remain. Out- 
side the house is some 175 
year-old boxwood shrubbery. 

The house was the home of 
the late John B. Dey, former 
president of the Princess Anne 
County School Board. 

Mrs. Herman R. Bonney is 
decorations chairman for the 
house. Club members have been 
tn^y for some time preparing 
for the open house. 

Cookies and hot spiced punch 
will be served by members of 
Cape Henry Woman's Club, who 
will be dressed in costumes 
from the past, as will the hos- 
tesses. 

There will also be a Sweet 
Shoppe with baked goods on sale, 
along with stuffed dolls and fra- 
grant balsam pillows. 

The house will be open from 
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and from 
7:30 p.m. to 9:3d p.m. Tick- 
ets are available from club 
members and will be on sale 
at the door. 





Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Gibbs and Mrs. Bonham check some of the 
Christmas decorations made by club members. 

Broad Bay Garden Club 



LYNNHAVEN B R U G H~ 
Broad Bay Garden Club will 
have Its fourth annual Christ- 
mas open house at the home 
of Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Ether- 
Idge at 2417 Windward Shore 



Drive on Wednesday, Dec. 6. 

Tickets are fifty cents each 
and all proceeds will be for the 
physiotherapy room of the Gen- 
eral Hospital of Virginia Beach. 



Tree to Be Community Project 




Viewing the new tree are Mrs. Goff, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Freeman 
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KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH- 
With plans for a community 
jChrlstmas tree In mind, Thal- 
"la Garden Club bought a 30-foot' 
deodora cedar tree and had it 
planted at the side of Thalia 
Elementary School last week. 

A tree lighting ceremony. 
Including dedication of the tree 
and the singing of Christmas 
carols. Is planned for 5 p.m. 
Dec. 22. The tree was purchased 
from Garden Fair Nursery on 
Military Highway. 

"We just thought the school 
yard needed something green," 
said Mrs. H.O. Freeman, chair- 
man of the Christmas tree pro- 
ject. "They're no green trees 
around the school." 

The garden club Is encour- 
aging home owners to place 
electric candle with white 
bulbs In each of their windows. 
The tree also will have white 
Ughts. 

"Individual groups, such as 
the P-TA, JGirl Scouts, Boy 
Scouts, etc., are bring urged 
to plan their own caroling for 
shut-ins after the tree light- 
ing ceremony," Mrs. Free- 
man said. Serving with her on 
the tree committee were Mrs. 
D.D. Goff and Mrs. Robert J. 
Steinhilber. 



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Hours of the open house will 
be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 to 
9 p.m. This is the club's ann- 
ual money-making project. 

Not only will the house be 
decorated, but there will also 
be a country store featuring 
wreaths, greenery and Christ- 
mas decorations and gifts, plus 
a bake shop. 

Mrs. John Glbbs Is general 
chairman and Mrs. Fred Rus- 
sell le -chairman of the house. 
Mrs. Ed Bonham is chairman 
of the country store. 

Tickets will be on sale at the 
door or may be purchased from 
club members. 



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LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH- 
Murat W. Williams, former 
United States ambassador, 
consul and newspaperman, will 
speak on U.S. foreign aid policy 
at a meeting of the Norfolk- 
Virginia Beach League of 
Women Voters on Sunday, Dec. 
3 at the Bow Creek Country 
Club. Social hour will be at 
6:30 p.m. with dinner at 7. 

Williams, now a gentleman 
farmer and writer in Madison 
Mills, Va. where he is still 
active in Virginia politics, was 
one of the first ambassadors 
appointed by the late Pres. John 
F. Kennedy. 



Young Executive Combines Many Roles 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH" 
Judy (Mfs. Michael F.)Andras- 
sy is one young woman who 
combines a career and marriage 
successfully and, in addition, 
plays the role of both mother 
and father to her children while 
her Navy It. commander hus- 
band is at sea. (He's due to get 
the additional stripe of a full 
commander on Dec. 2) 

She heads and Is broker for 
Judy And r assy Realty, Inc. 
which has Its main office on 
Laskln Road and^luu just 
recently opened a bnich office 
on Virginia Beach Boulevard 
across from Pembroke Mall. 
Presently she has a staff of 30 
working as salemen for her. 

Most of her salramen are 
military wiv^, and retired 
military personnel with some 
servicemen working put time. 
They handle wsmmerclal, rwl- 
dentlal and reiUal pr<^i1y. 

Mrs. Awirassy, alttouf^ in 



her early 30's, has been in real 
estate for seven years and 
opened her own office three 
years ago. Before that, m New 
Jersey, she was manage: of an 
insurance office. 

"I've always like the selling 
field," she said. "I like people 
and houses. It's easier to sell 
when you have a product to 
slww." 

The Andrassy's have lived in 
the same house in Chesopelan 
Colony since they cam«- to Vir- 
ginia Beach seven years ago. 
They have three children; 
D^*le, 15; Greg, 8, and Leigh, 
4. 

"We're permanent residents. 
We've Uved in New Jersey, 
Hawaii asA California and never 
towA any place we prefer to 
ttis. It luts so much to offer." 
Id fact, her huslaixi commuted 
to WasWi^n, D.C. for two 
y^irs while he was assiped 
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Lt. Cmdr. Andrassay left for 
Vietnam aboard the USS Kitty 
Hawk on Nov. 15. He is a pilot 
attached to VA-75. 

"Without him 1 couldn't do 
this," Mrs. Andrassy stated 
positively. "You could describe 
him as the man behind the 
scenes, very helpful and consi- 
derate. 

"They say that for every 
successful working wife, Uiere's 
a patient, understanding hus- 
tand. I believe it." 9ie believes 
it so much that she checks the 
husband's attitude of all women 
she hires. 

"I think I function better as 
a mother by working," declared 
Mrs. Awlrassy. "I've never had 
any problems, and the time I 
spend with my chlkiren m^ms 
more to them aixl to me." ^e 
also said she has had ttie same 
hot^ekeeper for sevm yMrs. 

"My daugbtpr, Lelf^ greets 



me every night with 'Did you 
sell a house today?' " 

"Greg's only wwry was which 
phone he should use to contact 
me now that the branch office Is 
open. 

"Debbie even rounds up mot- 
hers to be agents for me." 

She says she has m trouble 
operating a business In a 
"man's world". "I like to assist 
people. My father always told 
me, and I've never fgrgotten It, 
that 'A smile costs nothing, but 
It enriches many.' " 

Her outside activities inclwle* 
writing and running off a month- 
ly news letter for her officers' 
wives group. "We've a very 
closely-knit groqp," she said. 

A firm believer in Vir^nia 
Beach, she said sincerely, 
"Virginia Beach has a lot of 
potential. It's growli«, and I 
Intend to grow wito It." 




Mrs, Andrassy at her office. 



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Virginia Beach Sun 



Thursday, November 30, 1967 




Miss Cecelia Marie Gerloff, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar 
J. Gerloff, Jr., of Cedar Lane, 
served as chairman of decora- 
tions for the Senior Reception 
held recently at Randolph- 
Macon Woman's College at 
Ljmchburg. 

Miss Gerloff is a political 
science major and ejqpects to 
graduate in June. 



Miss Randi Bryant of Vir- 
ginia Beach, was one of two 
juniors and nine seniors at 
the University of North Car- 
olina at Greensboro who have 
been inducted into the campus 
honorary society. Golden Chain. 
The 11 students were chosen 
on the basis of their leader- 
ship, scholarship and service 
to Uie university. 




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swing of Christmas holidays. 

When you make a fruit cake 
for the holidays, make an ex- 
tra onfe to enjoy on special 
occasions all winter long. 

FiHiitfcake 

1/2 lb. light or dark seedless 

raisins 
1/2 lb. dates, finely cut 
1/2 lb. candied citron, finely 
cut 
1 lb. assorted candied fruits: 
orange peel, lemon peel, 
pineapple, cherries, finely 
cut 
21/2 c. sifted flour 
1 teas, baking powder 
1 teas, salt 
1 teas cinnamon 
1/2 teas, each: allspice, cloves, 
and nutmeg 
1 cup margarine 
1/2 c. firmly packed brown 
sugar 
1 c. light or dark corn syrup 
4 eggs, slightly beaten 
1/4 c. orange juice 

Weigh and prepare fruit. Mix 
and sift dry ingredients. Dredge 
fruit with 1/2 c. of the dry in- 
gredients. Mix margarine and 
sugar until light. Add corn sy- 
rup; mix well. Add 1 c. of the 
dry ingredients; beat until 
smooth. Add eggs, beating well. 
Add orange juice, mix well. 
Add fruit mixture. Fold in re- 
maining dry ingredients. Bake 
in two well greased (9x5x3- 
inch) loaf pans, or two (9x3 1/2 
inch) tube pans, lined with waxed 
p^)er, in 250 degrees F. (slow) 
over 4 to 5 hours, depending 
on size of cake. Place shallow 
pan of water on bottom of rack 
of oven during baking; remove 
during last hour. Cool cakes. 
Store in air-tight container or 
wrap in aluminum foil or plas- 
tic wrap. Makes about 5 pounds. 

To glaze: Glaze fruit cake 
after storage to give it a sheen. 
For the glaze, mix 1/4 c. light 
corn syrup and 1/4 teas, grated 
lemon or orange rind in a 
saucepan. Bring just to boil 
over medium heat. Brush on top 
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Mrs. George C. Peebles, wife of the Dam Neck executive officer; 
Mrs. Edward Plyler, president of the officers wives club, and Mrs. 
William Braun, president of the enlisted wives club, check on 
packages for the base children's parties. 




The 1,500 children of men 
stationed at tiie Fleet Anit-Air 
Warfare Training Center, Dam 
Neck, will be pests at a base 
Christmas party Friday, Dec.9. 

Beginning at 9 a.m., with the 
youngest children's party, there 

will be four consecutive parties, 
each for a different age-group. 

The parties are sponsored by 
Uie recreation and welfare de- 
partment of Dam Neck's Ser- 
vices office. Profits from that 
department's exchange facilit- 
ies (base movies, bowling, etc.) 
provided the money for refresh- 
ments and gifts for the child- 
ren. 

Enlisted wives at the Center 
were responsible for selecting 
the gifts at a civilian firm at 
Norfolk. Officers' wives wrap- 
ped the presents. 

Each party will begin at the 
Combat Information Center 
auditorium with cartoon movies 
and Christmas carols. Santa 
Claus will welcome the child- 
ren at the base gymnasium; 
Christmas stockings and pre- 
sents will bi given out and the 
parties will end with milk axKi 
cookies. 

Mrs. George C. Peebles, the 
base executive officer's wife, 
Is in charge of decorations for 
Qie party, which has been an 



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their demonstrations. 

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of making Christmas decora- 
tions. At 7 p.m. Dec. 2 Mrs. T. 
B. Holland will show how to 
sake swagS| and a demuptra- 
tioa OS bows will be gi^n by 
Mrs. Charles W. Uay«a and 
Mrs, John Carmines. 

CA Dec. 3 at 4 p.m. Mrs. H. 
O. Freeman will demonstrate 
maJung roping while Mrs. T.B. 
Holland instructs in making 
kissing balls. Then at^^.m. 
there will be a demonstration 
of traditional wreaths given by 
Mrs. Malcolm Todd Jr. and one 
on modern wreaths by Mrs. 
Gary Waddill. 

Tickets may be purchased by 
contacting Mrs. Freeman or 
Mrs. Charles To(M of Norfolk, 
The show will be open from 
3:30 to 10 p.m. on Dec. 2 and 
from 1 1 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Dec. 
3. 



Choir Plans 

Concert 
For Sunday 

BEACH BOROUGH~The 
Senior Choir of the First Pres- 
byterian Church at 36th Street 
and Seapines Road, will present 
its eighth annual Advent and 
Christmas Concert at 5 p.m. 
Sunday, Dec. 3 in the church 
sanctuary. 

Pre- Christmas works to be 
sung include: "Carol of the 
Advent" by Dietterich, "Of the 
Father's Love Begotten, "Plain 
Song, "There Shall aStarCome 
Out of Jacol>" by Memielssotih, 
"Comfort Ye" by K.K. Davis 
and portions of Bach's CaiUata 
140, "Sleepers, Wake." 

The Christmas works include: 
"He Is Born" (French), "Mex- 
ican Christmas Procession," 
"Danish Christmas Round," 
"Rise Up Shepherd and Follow" 
and "As Utely We Watched." 

Soloists will be Mrs. Betty 
H e r s h e y, John Dellis and Mi- 
chael McDade. The choir is 
directed by Mrs. Irene A. Korte, 
choir director-organist. 



The public is invited. 



annual event at Dam Neck for 
the past four years. 



A champagne dinner and 
dancing are on tap tomorrow 
night (Dec. 1) for officers and 
their wives at Dam Neck. 

The semi-formal i»rty will 
begin at eight at the base 
Officers' Club. Hostesses will 
be Mrs. M. White, Mrs. H. 
Boyles, Mrs. R. Rodgers, 
Mrs. C. Multer, Mrs. T.San- 
taiae and Mrs. C. McDowell. 
At Oceana 

Oceana's Air Wing 7 will host 
a formal dinner-dance Friday 
night, Dec. 9, at the NAS Off- 
icers' Club. 

The party will begin at 6:30 
with cocktails in the Lotus 
Lounge and will move to the 
Versailles Room at 8:30 for 
dinner. 

Guests of honor for the even- 
ing will be Capt. and Mrs. 
C.A. Hill. Capt. Hill commands 
the attack carrier USS(CVA-62) 
to which Air Wing 7 is attached. 

At dinner, the Hills will be 
joined at the head table by 
Cdr. Kenneth L. Shugart, com- 
mai^er of Air Wing 7, and 
Mrs. Shugart; and Air Wing 
7 squadron commanders and 
their wives. Cdr. and Mrs. 
Thomas R. Overdorf. VF-41: 
Cdr. and Mrs. DanlelG. McCor- 
mick, VA-124; Cdr. and Mrs. 
Burton Weisheit, VF-84. 

Also at the head table will 
be Cdr. and Mrs. R.N. Ander- 
sen, personal guests of the Shu - 
garts. 

Mrs. Don V. Wells, wife of 
squadron VF-41's executive 
officer, is in charge of dec- 
orations for the lounge and din- 
ing room. Botli rooms will be 
decorated on a Christmas 
theme: the Lotus Lounge insil- 
ver and green, the Versailles 
Room, in red and gold. 
Officers' Wives 

Mrs. Ray Peet, wife of Rear 
Adm. Peet, who is commander 
of Naval Amphibious Group II 
aoltiie officers' wives of Group 
n will hostess a Wives' Club 
luncheon Dec. 13 at the Little 
Creek Officers' ClvA. 

The social hour begins at 
11:30 and the luncheon at 12:30. 
Cox High School's Girls' Chor- 
us, directed by William Boyll, 
will sing a medley of Christ- 
mas music for the wives. 

Those attending the luncheon 
have been asked to bring wrap- 
ped Christmas presents to be 
distributed to veterans at 
Portsmouth Naval Hospital. 




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Mrs. Kimnach 



Bell-Kinnnach Vows Pledged 



BEACH BOROl'GH-Miss 
Barbara Ann Bell and Gary 
Charles Kimnach were united 
In marriage in a candlelight 
ceremony at 8 p.m. Saturday, 
Nov. 25 at First Presbyterian 
Church with the Rev. William 
D. Russell offlciating. 

The bride is the daughter of 
Mrs. William Charles Bell of 
26th Street and the late Mr. 
Bell. 9>e was given in marriage 
by her cousin, G.H. Walton. 

The bridegroom is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. 
Kimnach Jr. of Arnold Circle. 

The bride wore a princess 
gown of imported satin aM>liqued 
with Alencon lace, seed pearls 
and crystals. She carried a 
bouquet of white rc^es and 
stepbooitls. 

The maid of honor was Miss 
DaphineBarcoof Virginia Beach 
wtx> wore an empire gown of 
rose velvet and carried a 
nosegay of carnations and roses. 

Bridesmaids were Miss Sheri 
Kimnach, sister of the groom. 
Miss Betsy Towle, Miss Joanne 



Whesdos, Miss Rene Michaels, 
Miss Grace Adriance and Miss 
Linda Taylor, all of Virginia 
Beach, and Miss Cathy Gardner, 
cousin of the bride, from Buena 
Vista, Va., and Miss Cindy 
Archer of Richmond. 

The bridesmaids wore high 
empire gowns of rose velvet and 
flamingo crepe and carried 
carnation nosegays. 

Flower girl was Carol 
Gardner; and Charles Miller of 
Clifton Forge, Va., was ring 
bearer. 

Mr. Kimnach was his son's 
best man. Groomsmen were 
Charles A. Kimnach III, brother 
of the groom. Gene Seay, Bill 
Frierson, Jimmy Parnell and 
John Mllner, all of Virginia 
Beach, and Maurice McDougal 
of Newport News, Jeff Carpenter 
of Washington, D.C. 

After a reception at the Ck:ean 
Hearth, the couple left on a 
wedding trip to Washington, D.C. 
They win make their home In 
Cirdneck Village Apartments 
while Mr. Kimnach attends Old 
Dominion College. 



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LYNNHAVEN COLONY-- 
Miss Ruth Woodman Towle of 
Virginia Beach was married to 
Herman K^uieth Smith, also of 
Virginia B»ch, in a ceremony 
at noon Saturday, Nov. 25 at the 
Presbyterian Church at Eliza- 
beth City, N.C. 

Mrs. Smith Is the daughter of 
Mrs. Jeanne Hill Towle of Vir- 
ginia Beach and the late Mr. 
Melville Towle. 

Mr. Smith is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Herman Elwood Smith, 
also of Virginia Beach. 

The couple will make their 
home in Virginia Beach. 




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Test Will Help Select 
HomemaJcer of Tomorrow 



Senior class girls in four 
Virginia Beach high schools will 
be among more than a half 
million others in about 15,000 
high schools across the country 
who will participate in a written 
knowledge and attitude test on 
all phased of homemaking on 
Tuesday, Dec. 5. 



Judging for national honors 
is based on original test scores 
plus personal observation and 
interviews while the girls are 
on tour. The contest Is on the 
approved list of national con- 
tests and activities of the 
National Association of Secoi^- 
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The high schools are First 
Colonial, Kellam, Cox and 
Princess Anne. The national 
contest is to pick the Betty 
Crocker All-American Home- 
maker of Tomorrow, who will -j- r^ 
earn a $5,000 college scholar- , | O tjO ' 
ship. National runners-up will 

be granted $4,000, $3,000 and va/ J l_ 

$2,000 scholarships. W 60 D eSCl Y 



State winners will be awarded 
$1,500 scholarships with state 
runners-up receiving $500 
grants. Winners in each local 
high school will be presented 
specially designed silver 
diarms and will have their test 
papers entered In state compe- 
tition. 



Madrigal Singers 
Will Perform 



The Madrigal Singers from 
Princess Anne High School will 
provide the program at the 
Christmas meeting of the Dem- 
ocratic Women's Club of Vir- 
ginia Beach on Dec. 8 at noon 
at the Cavalier Hotel. 



Barker-Taylor Wedding 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH-- anburg. 
Miss Sandra Jean Barker be- 
came the bride of Donald Ed- 
ward Taylor in a double-ring 
ceremony performed by the 
Rev. H. Wadell Waters at 4 p.m. 
Saturday, Nov. 25, at the First 
Baptist Church. 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH- 
Harbor Circle of Kings Daugh- 
ters will sponsor their annual 
benefit card party and fashion 
show beginning at 10:30 a.m. 
Wednesday, Dec. 5 at t he Off- 
icers Club at Ft. Story 

Proceeds from the benefit 
will go to Kings Daughters 
Childrens Hospital in Nor- 
folk. 

Bridge will begin at 10:30 
with luncheon served at noon. 
The fashion show, by Naivette, 
will start at 1 p.m. Mrs. Har- 
old Riopelle is diairman. 

Tickets, on sale by tables 
only, can be obtained for men- 
bers of the Harbor Circle or 
by contacting Mrs. William E. 
Porter of Covey Street. 



The bride is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Bar- 
ker Sr. of Dodd Drive. 

The bridegroom is the son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tay- 
lor of Spartanburg, S.C. 

Mr. Barker gave, his daugh- 
ter in marriage, and Miss Ann 
Barker was her sister's maid 
of honor. 

Bridesmaids were Miss Ann- 
etta Ware and Miss Gerrie 
Journell of Virginia Beach and 
Miss Barbara Spears of Spart- 



Mr. Taylor was best man for 
his son. Groomsmen were 
Michael Taylor, brother of the 
groom, Andy McCaskill of Col- 
umbia, S.C. cousin of the 
groom, and William A, Bar- 
ker Jr., brother of the bride. 



A Tasty Trick 



A trick practiced by good 
cooks is that of adding a touch 
of sweetness when cooking 
tomatoes, corn and peas. New- 
est wrinkle to this tried-and- 
true technique is to add just a 
littie corn syrup poured right 
from the bottle. Something 
inexplainable and extraordinary 
happens, something a family 
will like. 



The bride wore a princess 
style dress of candlelight peau 
de sole with appliqued lace 
and seed pearls at the neck- 
line and on the base of the 
fitted sleeves. The edge of the 
chapel length train also was 
appliqued. Her illusion veil was 
fingertip length with a rose pe- 
tal tiara. She carried a bou- 
quet of white roses. 

The bridesmaids wore prin- 
cess style dresses of pastel 
yellow brocade. Their head- 
pieces were l)ows of yellow 
brocade and pale yellow tulle. 
The maid of honor wore a 
pastel green brocade dress of 
-4fae sam e styl e and a green 
brocade and tulle headpiece. 

The mother of the bride wore 
a turquoise embroidered wool 
dress. The bridegroom's mo- 
ther wore a green lace sheath 
dress with a jacket. Both wore 
tan orchids. 

A reception was held in the 
church social hall following the 
ceremony. After a wedding trip, 
the couple will live in Fayett- 
ville, N.C. 




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Thursday, November 30, 1967 



Single Goal of Helping 
Unites Church Women 



T%e naiia CMc Leagne 
plans to dect new oncers at a 
meting D«c 4 to be InsWIed 
later, on Dec. 9. 

Donald H. Rhodes lias been 
Dominoed for presldeirt; Her- 
bert J. Bissett for vice presi- 
dent; Mre. Wilsra ^epheard 
for secretary, and W. E. 
Batchelder for treasurer. 

Nominated for directors at 
large are William B. Coltrane, 
and Josei^i C. Brown. Otbers 
nominated as directors for the 
various sections of tbe llialia 
area are: 

Mrs. Nancy Fuller, Clarence 
L. Wright, Joseph Marchlone, 
of Lynn Shorw; James L. Craig 
and Franklin A. Retake of 
Thalia acres; H.O. Freeman, 
Kenneth E. Brown and Harry L. 
Oavis^ThaUa Point; Durward- 
W. Barker of Thalia Manor; 
Walter Young and Graydon 
Early of Thalia Acres; Stanley 
A. EoTton of Thalia Gardens, 
and C. Bradley Amett of Way- 
side Manor. 



Mrs. Dale G. Hooper, a South- 
ern Baptist foreign missionary 
to East Africa, will be guest 
speaker. 

The church at the same time 
will have its annual kick-off 
diraier to raise fUnds for the 
Lottie Moon offering. Thalia 
Lynn has set a goal of $1,500 
for the missionary fund this 
year. 

New members recently wel- 
comed to the church include Mr. 
and Mrs. Albert Stanley (Sally) 
Mawyer, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis 
Derrlll Drake and children; Mr. 
and Mrs. Edgar Arthur Tugman 
m, Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. 
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. 
Hurt, Commander and Mrs. 
Alvin Hughey and children, and 
Mr. and Mrs. D. Wayne Pate. 



The Woman's Missionary 
Society of Thalia Lynn Baptist 
Church will have Its annual 
Foreip Missions tnniuet at 
7 p.m. Friday, December 1st, 
in the church fellowship hall. 



Mrs. C. L. Hershberger, 
president of the Virginia Beach 
Council of Garden Clubs, spoke 
on "Christmas All Around the 
House" at the November meet- 
ing of the Homestead Garden 
Club at the home of Mrs. Shel- 
ton Shipley of Hillview Boul- 
evard. Mrs. Ronald Harriman 
was co-hostess. 

Plans for a December dinner 
for the members and their hus- 
bands were discussed. 



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Women from 13 churches in 
tile Virginia Beach area in- 
cluding seven different denom- 
inations are all working this 
Christmas toward one goal: to 
make the season a little more 
pleasant for patients at the 
state mental hospitals at Dun- 
X»x and Petersburg, Va. 

Community Church Women, 
a group begun last May and 
now operating at full steam, 
meets the fourth Wednesday 
each month at St. Francis Ep- 
iscopal Church, on Rosemont 
Road. 

Mrs. Lesley R. Simpson, 
chairman of the Volunteer Hos- 
pital Services ywirkshop of the 
Tide water /Association for 
Mental Healjn, approached the 
Rev. Clayton E. Crigger, rec- 
tor at St. Francis, last sum- 
mer ab ort fehe possibility of a 
community branch of the work- 
shop at Virginia Beach. 

The Rev. Mr.^rigger vol- 
unteered St. Francis as a meet- 
ing place, and one of his par- 
ishioners, Mrs. Arthur G. Al- 
len, set about organizing the 
group. 

Mrs. Simpson, who has 
worked with the Association 
for Mental Health for eight 
years, hopes that "the Vir- 
ginia Beach group will be the 
first in a nsmber of comm- 
unity workshops." 

The state is unable to sup- 
ply any of its mental patients 
with woolen clothing because 
of the "inadequacy of aH>rop- 
riations by the state assembly," 
Mrs. Simpson claimed. 

Collecting usuable, warm 
clothing for the ho^ital in- 
mates is one of the chief con- 
cerns of the Communit}' Church 
Women. 

The group also is making 
corduroy capes, hooded and 
lined with cotton flannel, to send 
to the hospitals. One of the 
beauties of the capes is that 
tiiey are machine-washable. 



According to Mrs. Simpson, 
none of the state hospitals have 
their own dry-cleaning facili- 
ties. Even though the donated 
woolen clothing is dry-cleaned 
before distribution to the hos- 
pitals, it generally lasts 
through 'only one season of 
wearing—with no further dry- 
cleaning and no proper storage 
areas available for the sum- 
mer months, to protect the 
woolens from moths. 

The capes, however, are good 
for several years, said Mrs. 
Simpson, and are given to "con- 
tinued-treatment" patients, 
who remain in the hospitals 
indefinitely. 

Not only do tj^e Community 
Church Women lipc^lect prac- 
tical, warm clothing. They are 
now involved with Christmas- 
wrapping shoe boxes of small, 
personal items (scented soap, 
toiletries, tooth paste and tooth 
brushes, face clothes). These 
boxes, Mrs. Simpson went on, 
will be "sent along with the 
basic present- 

"Unwrapping each little 
thing," she said, prolongs 
that excitement, that joy, for the 
patients." 

The Community Church Wo- 
men will meet on Wednesday, 
December 27, at a. Francis. 
A baby-sitter will be available 
for women with children. 

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LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH- 
Mrs. Doris Irene Etoles of Alan- 
ton Drive is planning to take a 
trip to Western Germany In 
February to visit with her son, 
who is in the U.S. Army, and 
her daughter and son-in-law. 

Her son is Lt. Steven }fi. 
Doles, stationed at Erlanger in 
West Germany. Her son-in-law, 
Paul K. Dougherty, manages an 
office for American Express In 
Gelnhausen, West Germany. 




Members of B.P.O.E. Lodge 2268 who will participate In Sunday's memorial service 
are (standing) L.IVl. Pollander, Charles W. Tucker, William Lennox, Joseph F. Curran, 
Sidney S. Kellam, Bruce L. Hall,Edward A. Simlele, T.R. Lowman and Charles D. Br- 
yan Tiler; (seated) Guy G. Narter; H. Gordon Titmus; William H. Carnes, exalted ru- 
ler, and Theodore L. Beasley. John P. Keary, chaplain, also will participate. (Photo by 
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LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH- 
Members of the Virginia Beach 
Elks Lodge will meet at 4 p.m. 
Sunday, Deceml)er 3rd, to have 
its annual memorial service to 
honor deceased members. It 
will be at the American Legion 
Post on Laskin Road. 

The Rev. B. Sydney Sanders, 



rector of Eastern Shore Chapel, 
Virginia Beach, will be the 
guest speaker at the service. 

Appropriate music will be 
presented by the Elks Chorus 
under the direction of Frank 
Ferrigno, accompanied by Olga 
Ferrigno at the piano. 

Families and friends of the 



•departed brothers" of B.P.O.E. 
Lodge No. 2Z68 are invited to 
join In the memorial se: vice. 

It will honor the memory of 
the following: 

Fred A. Haycox, Sr.; John J. 
Collins; Clarence Day, Sr.; 
Shepherd J. Woodhouse; Cecil 
E. Ottinger; A. L. Lippert; 



Charles L. Hunter; J. Camden 
Brady; Robert J. Cherry; Ho- 
ward E. GlVbs; Vincent D. 
Phillips; Benjamin J. Gordon; 
WUlIam A. Wood ni; John H. 
Turner; Edwin D.Dail;Salvato- 
re Romano; James A. Fox; 
Richard Longanecker; Alfred T. 
Taytor and Preston Cruser. 
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LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH — 
A minister's wife who spent a 
month last summer in Call, 
Columbia in South America 
spoke to the Eastern Shore 
Chapel Auxiliary and to the Wo- 
men of Galilee about her ex- 
I)erlences there while her 
husband served as an exchange 
minister. 

Mrs. Polly Taylor, her 
husband, the Rev. H. Jerome 
Taylor Jr., who is ch^lain of 
St. Aldan's Episa}pal Church 
in Kings Grant, and their two 
daughters, two aid four years 
old, exchai^ed churches with 
ttie Rev. and Mrs. George Estes 
d the Trinity Episcopal Church 
in Call. 



Mrs. Taylor spoke informally 
and showed slides of her hotel 
(originally a monastery), scenes 
in the country and life of the 
natives. 

"Columbia has such a poten- 
tial for development," she com- 
mented, "Init only half of the 
children are ever educated, and 
food and clothing are seldom 
adequate. 

"Call has the first Episcopal 
church, and the going is not 
r^id. Remember that the 
planish conquered but did not 
colonize South America. The 
people were e]q)loited and ruled 
l>y the rich, who owned goM 
and diamond mines. And many 
still do . The middle class is 



slowly cornii^ ahead." 

Coffee was served before the 
meeting, which was conducted 
by Mrs. Benjamin Hunger 11, 
president of the Women's Chapel 
Auxiliary of Eastern Sbore 
Chapel. 



Jfcirsoii ^Ceris' 
Three Kin§$ 

The 1967 Christmas Card for 
the Virginia Museum is an un- 
usual close-iQ) of the "Three 
KIi^," designed by A.B. Jadc- 
son, head of the art depart- 
ment of Old Dominion College 
and an exhibitor at the annual 
Boardwalk Art Show here. 

Jackson's works are repre- 
sented in many private collect- 
ions, including those of Mrs. 
Lyndon Johns(», Secretary and 
Mrs. Willard Wlrtt, and Sec- 
retary and Mrs. Dean Rusk. 



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The Ponun (n'ogram of tte 
Association for Research and 
EnllgMenment on ^oxlay, De- 
Mmb«' 3rd, at 3:30 p.m. will 
present as Its speaker Ray 
Hanchey of Richmond, who will 
talk on "Your Life and the 
Edgar Cayce Readings.'' 

Mr. Hanchey sbidled In the 
University of Texas and the 
University of California and is 
now a sales training director 
and pharmaceutical chemist 
with a leading drug company. 

He has been a mendwr of ttie 
Board of Trustees and die 
Executive Committee of the 
AJt.E. and will be director of 
a training school for teadiers 
and lecturers at A.R.E. head- 
quarters In thesummerof 1968. 



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Virginia Beacli Sun 



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Beach Coaches Boost Cavaliers 



From Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, came Chief Half- 
town to instruct youngsters at Plaza Bowl on the fine points of 
bowling. However, when the picture was taken, he was entertain- 
ing the younger generation with *'Humpty Dumpty." With him are 
Bart Ritchie, an unidentified little miss and Susan Ross. His visit 
was sponsored by Plaza Bowl as a member of the Brunswick Ad- 
visory Staff of Champions. 



If the Princess Anne Cava- 
liers don't whip the Hampton 
Crabbers in the regional foot- 
ball game this Friday at Fore- 
man Field In Norfolk, there 
will be a lot of disappointed 
"hometown" fans. 



And among them are the head 
coaches of four other local high 
school varsity teams which lost 
to the high-riding Cavaliers 
during the regular football sea- 
son. 



Coach Charlie Caldwell at 
Floyd E. Kellam High, Coach 
Frank Webster at First Col- 
onial High, Coach George Vers- 
prllle of Bayside High and 
Coach George McGovern of 
Frank W. Cox High were asked 
by a VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 
f^orter Avhat^they^ink about 
the Cavalier game against the 
Crabbers at 8 p.m. this Fri- 
day night, December 1. 

All generally said the same 
thing: "Princess Anne should 
win it." 

Versprille , Webster and 



Caldwell added, however, that 
they heard the Hampton foot- 
ball team has a strong defense 
that could give the Cavaliers 
trouble. 

McGovern, commenting on 
the Hampton team, said, 
"They're big." 

"I've heard that they have a 
real fine defense," Versprille 
said. "It ought to be a good 
one," Caldwell said of the Fri- 
day game. 

Webster said he figures 
Hampton "has probably got the 
advantage," and "might be a 
little stronger on defense." 



So what does Coach John 
Grady of the Cavaliers think 
about the game. He figures he 
has an offense and a defense 
that c an^veree m o pr e dic tions 
by any out-of-town coaches Lhat 
Hampton will win. 

Al Habit, defensive coach, 
and Dennis Hagland, backfield 
coach at Princess Anne, have 
been drilling their players on 
the practice field. 




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Fishing Here 
the Trophies 



BAYSIDE BOWL 
Bill Wasarhaley led the Wed- 
nesday Night Mixed League with 
his 199-580; Geraldlne Merrltt 
rolled a high game for the gals, 
200; Sue Taylor put across the 
high series, 491. 

The Friday night Bayside 
Mixed Foursome welcomed 
Helen Crisp back from her 
sojourn in the hospital; another 
Helen, McCrea that is, rolled 
her highest game of the season, 
196; Pat Pavey took over with 
the 482 series; Ed Meyer topped 
the men 203-578. Charlie Fai- 
son, a regular 104 average 
bowler, bowled 7 consecutive 
strikes in the Haygood Metho- 
dist Church League, to put 
t(%ether a 192 game: 

The Bayside Church League 
had Ike Wall putting together 
209-202-600. John Ermen rolled 
a high 234-200-591 series; Paul 
Wiltsey, 220, and Doug Pauley, 
559, were some of the other 
leaders for the men; Darlene 
King blitzed the lanes with her 
236-531, other highlights, Mar- 
garet Turner 521 and Ruth Ho- 
well 512. 

THUNDERBIRD UNES 

ITT-Navy League was led by 
Dick Multer, 223-528, and Nelba 
Kilgore, 203-505; other honors 
went to Paul Marsico, 221; 
Harlan Brooks, 215; Elsie 
Petersen, 193; Marilyn Homer, 
171; Rick Brown, 521; Aitttln 
Von Wallmenlck, 513; Mary 
Hoffman, 446. We wonder when 
the Postal Mixed League will 
have their New Year's Party. 
Ttelr note tells us that the 
Christmas Party will be Dec. 
30th, due to their busy "help 
Santa" season. Worth Morse, 
223, and Walter Day, 545, led 
the men of the league. Gerry 
GllUland had a 189-518 series. 

Melva Grimstead led theNite 
Owl Ladles with 238, 604; Alice 
Caffee had 541, Betty Lavrls- 
cheff had 523, LouCashmanhad 
504. Marie Fagundes had a 212 
game and Lll Gualeni, with a 
99 average, rolled a 159 game. 

Betty Lavrlscheff, 194-552, 
creamed the Coffee Time Lea- 
gue; Jo Ann Williams, a 112 
average bowler, rolled a 181 
game, Mae Hiltwj a 192. Thun- 
derbird Pioneer Mixed league 
women were toM>ed by Sandra 
Woo ten, 187-471. John Joyce 
had 237 aiM] Jon Snead a 608; 
Jan Harris picked upthe3-7-10 
bowling split, and Judy Graham 
converted the 4-10 split. 

The Lady Seahawkshigti game 
and series went to Judy Mc 
Donald, 190-476; closely follow- 
ed by Marge Phillips, 184, and 
Joan Clarke, 475. Tte Do Littles 
baa a 1,707 series, an! the 
Hawkettes a 628 high game. 
Si)llt pick-ups on the lanes went 
to Marilyn Zorlch, 5-7-9; Mary 
Baler, 4-7-10; Delma Creek- 
mur, 2-7-10; Eleanor Runyan, 
7-9; Naomi Johnson, 5-10; aiKl 
Joyce Harris, S-10. 

BRUNSWICK PLAZA BOWL 
Sharon Widgeon led the Tues- 
day Morning Strikers, 207-523; 
Jane Englert won a triplicate 
patch with three gam^ (d 124. 
The GoofiMlls took game and 
series honors, 624-1,713. The 
A.J.B,C, Jrs. were led by D<a 
G^^' Biziiiag 209-6 14 bowling. 
Cedl Smith bad a 202 gameud 
Larry Cami^ll rolled a 529 
serial. 

The H(qpefkils rolled a 777- 
2,049 for the night. Km Gardl- 
pee bad a 225, and Era^tloe 
Cam{i^ll a 212. 



Don Maxwell led the Plaza 
Church League, 233-536; Judy 
Brlley topped the gals with a 
176, and Betty Spencer led the 
series, 498. Loretta Kattau and 
Ercell Torbet both picked up 
the 5-6 split. 

The Bowling Bells took team 
Iwnors In the Wednesday Morn- 
ing Housewives league with 416- 
1,162. Virginia Garrison had a 
high game of 120, and Pam 
Glardana, 326. 

The Merry Makers had Joan 
Epstein taking game and series 
honors, 188-539. In the Sunday 
Night Mixed League bowling, 
Frank Taft, 245-583, led the 
men. Peggy Mayo rolled a high 
game for the women, 178; Shir- 
ley Woods' 502 was a high 
series. 



BEACH BOROUGH~NMu:ly 
one third of the trophies won In 
the Virginia Salt Water Fishing 
Tournament this year were for 
fish caught in waters off Virginia 
Beach's Atlantic shoreline. 

Claude Rogers, chairman for 
the tournament, said 2,402 
citations will be presented for 
outstanding catches in the 22- 
species contest. 

He said he expects to have 
the first group of citations ready 
for delivery to fishermen within 
the next few weeks. The tourna- 
ment ended October 31. 

Rogers announced the follow- 
ing list of trophy winners with 
catches In the Atlantic ocean 
east of here: 

Jack W. Hoover, of Tyrone, 



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Channel Bass, Smith Island; 
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Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. 
Joseph B. John, Norfolk, Va., 
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Norfolk, Va., 5 pounds, 15 
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Va., 7 poiuids 6 ounce Speckled 
Trout, Cape Charles; Dan Hud- 
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roof. 

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anything breaks down. It's difficult to get parts. 

You can't reduce by talking about It You just have to keep 
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'Doc' Garrison Is 
Named 'Humanitarian' 



Dr. Jack S. Garrison, a resi- 
dent of the Thalia area and team 
physician for the Princess Anne 
High football tfam, has been 
named "Humanitarian of the 
Year in the City of Virginia 
Beach" by Aragona Moose 
Lodge No. 1198. 

The lodge plans to make the 
humanitarian award an annual 
affair, and Dr. Garrison will be 



honored on Sunday, December 
10, when the Aragona lodge has 
an enrollment ceremony for new 
candidates for membership. 

Dr. Garrison also will be 
pest of honor on December 17, 
when the lodge tias Its annual 
Christmas Party. He will re- 
ceive a Distinguished Service 
plaque and a proper citation for 
his selection as Humanitarian 



of the Year. 

He was chosen for this year's 
award from among more than 
100 persons recoiii mended for 
the honor, because he is uphold- 
ing the precepts of the Loyal 
Order of Moose— furthering the 
brotherhood of man, and he is 
making outstanding contribu- 
tions to the community through 
humanitarian deeds. 




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Thursday, November 30, 1967 




t%%tk If 0Mgh Firtmen 

40 Years on Paid Status 



Pvt. Hammerslpy 



Fns. OeroGJ^ef^ 



By Les Lehigh 

This Is the 41st year of oper- 
ation for the fire department 
serving cltitens of the Borough 
of Virginia Beach. 

The department came into 
t>eing in October of 1907. 

It was placed into operation 
as a volunteer oraanization. 
The unit later began operation 
on a paid status in February 
of 1927, with two men being 
placed on salary. 

The Beach Borough station 
was first headquartered in a 
building at 24th and Pacific 
which is presently occupied by 
the "Chei Wini" antique shop. 
The station was moved to it's 
present location at 20th and 
Arctic, in January of 1938. 

Today's operation of the 
Beach Boroui^ department in- 
cludes men on a paid and vol- 
unteer status, as well as those 
of the Civil Defence lire Jinit.- 



Pvt. Joseph E. Hammersley, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Ham- 
mersley of Floral Street, re- 
cently completed training as a 
specialist at the UJS. Army 
Signal Corps, Ft. Monmouth, 
N.J. He is a 1967 graduate of 
Princess Anne High School. 



Airman I.e. Joseph S. Floyd, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jc^eph 
S. Floyd Jr. of Leeward Shore 
Drive, is on duty at Takhli 
Royal Tahi Air Force Base, 
Thailand. He is a 1966 grad- 
uate of Frank W. Cox High 
School. 



Navy Ens. Paul J. Derocher 
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul 
J. Derocher Sr. of Kingswood 
Place, has flown his first solo 
flight inaT34 "Mentor" trainer 
aircraft. He is taking flight 
training at Saufley Field, Naval 
Auxiliary Air Station at Pensa- 
cola, Fla., to earn his "Wings 
of Gold." 



Marine Pvt. George T. Al- 
corn, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
George R. Alcorn of 34th 
Street, recently completed re- 
cruit training at the Marine 
Corps Recruit Dqwt, Parris 
Island, S.C., and began indiv- 
idual combat training before 
getting a leave. 



Major Paul R. Hammock, 
USAF, son of Paul P. Hammock 
of Bradston Road, recently took 
part in a successful strike mis- 
sion over North Viet Nam. Ma- 
jor Hammock and his fellow 
F-4 Phantom "Gunfighter" pi- 
lots inflicted heavy damage on 
vital enemy targets. 



Fireman Laurence H. Wei* 
Jr., USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Laurence H. W*b Sr. of Sch- 
uyler Road, Is aboard the anti- 
submarine support warfare air- 
craft carrier USS Hornet, which 
recently returned to the United 
States after a seven-month de- 
ployment with the Seventh Fleet 
In the Gulf of Tonkin off North 
Vietnam. 



Airman John R. Richter, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. 
Richter of Miles StandishRoad, 
has completed basic training at 
Amarlllo Air Force Base, Te- 
xas. He is a graduate of Bay- 
side High. 



Sergeant Clarence C. Rowe, 
son of Mrs. F.L. Williams, 
address unknown, is with the 
U.S. Air Force in Vietnam. 
He previously was assigned to 
Langley Air Force Base, Vir- 
ginia. 



Airman Joseph W. West Jr., 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 
W. West of Oceana Boulevard, 
has been graduated with hon- 
ors from the Department of 
Defense Information School for 
journalists at Ft. Benjamin 
Harrison, Ind. He is a 1963 
graduate of Princess Anne 
High, and a 1967 graduate of 
Randolph-Macon College. 



Airman James E. Hundley, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. James 
W. Hundley of Cassady Avenue, 
recently completed basic train- 
ing at Lackland Air Force Base, 
and is a food specialist with 
SAC at March Air Force Base, 
California. He attended Floyd 
E. Kellam High. 



Seaman recruit Gilbert H. 
Joiner, USN, son of Mrs. Betty 
J. Robinson of Raintree Road, 
has been graduated from nine 
weeks of Navy basic training at 
Great Lakes, 111, 



Marine Lance Corporal Lee 
R. Dildy, son of Wilbert Dil- 
dy of Richard Road, is serv- 
ing with the First Battalion, 
7th Marine Regiment, 1st Mar- 
ine Division in South Viet Nam. 



Navy Ensip Raymond K. 
HiU, son of C^t. and Mrs. 
Raymond E. HiU of Ditchley 
Road, ha« completed flight 
training and won his "wings" 
at the Naval Air Station, Kinp- 
vllle, Tex. He is a graduate 
of Annapolis. ., 



Airman I.e. David M.Sawyer, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Saw- 
yer of West Plantation Road, 
is on duty at Udorn Royal Thai 
Air Force Base, Thailand. He 
previously was assigned to 
Bergstrom Air Force Base, and 
is a graduate of Princess Anne 
High. 



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The "paid" unit is comprised 
of 16 men ranging in age from 
their "20's" to their late -SO's". 
Men between the ages of 19 
and 60 comprise the"voIunteer" 
gTovp. The Civil Defense unit 
Is made up of 20 men in the 
same age group. 

Overall operation of the three 
units comes under the direc- 
tion of Chief E. B.Bayne, who 
has served u Chief of the Beach 
Boroufh unit since September 
of 1947. 

The positions of assistant 
fire chief are held by M. R. 
Mathias and G. M. Atwater. 
Mathlas is the oldest member 
of the department in point of 
service, havinf become a mem- 



ber in f eoruary of 1930. Chief 
Bayne joined the unit In May 
of 1937. 

Regular drill and training 
sessions are held for all men 
of the department under the 
guidance of W. R. Gurley, who 
serves as Training Instructor. 

When asked by thp VIRGINIA 
BEACH SUN how a new man 
progresses through the various 
units, Bayne replied: "If a man 
wants to join a volunteer unit 
we place him in the Civil De- 
fense unit, where he attends 
his training aixl is outfitted. 
Some of the men want to stay 
in the Civil Defense and don't 
want to join other units". 

Each man recieves clothing 
and equipment, consisting of a 
fire hat, coat, mask and pair 
of boots, at a cost of $362. 
per man, Bayne said. 

Residence requirements vary 
according to the "unit" a fire- 
man works with. Those assigned 
-to ^he-"pald unit ar c req uir e d 
to live within boundaries of 
the Beach Borough. Those 
working as a "volunteer" must 
live within k two mile radius 
of the Artie Avenue head- 
quarters building. There Is no 
restriction as to where mem- 
bers of the Civil Defense unit 
may reside. 

Every man working with 
either of the three units has 
a radio monitor placed In his 
home. This keeps him In con- 
stant touch with the "dispat- 
cher" at headquarters, enabling 
him to answer any alarm Ti^ch 
may be sounded. 

The regions which come under 
the protection of the men of 
the Beach Borough station in- 



clude the Beach Borough, in 
addition to Croat on, Rudee 
Heights, Birdneck Point and Bay 
Colony in Lynnhaven Borough. 
Fire fighting equipment at the 
Beach Borough station includes 
two 750- gallon pumpers, one 
1,000-gallon pumper, one 3,000- 
gallon tanker, one combination 
' ladder-and-pumper truck, one 
amphibious "DUKW" pumper, 
' one salvage truck, one "emer- 
gency" truck and two aerial 
ladder" trucks, one with 65- 
foot hieght capability, the other 
\*1th 100-foot height c^wbility. 
The station also maMalns a 
"canteen" truck, operated by 
the Ladies Auxilliary, which 
serves coffee, sandewiches and 
doughnuts to the men at fires 
which burn for a considerable 
length of time. 

Each of the 16 men attached 
to the "paid" unit of the Beach 
Borough are on duty 52 hours 
a week, on rotating s hifts. He 
will report to the station at 
6:00 PM on the first day of 
his shift, and be on duty for 
a 24 hour period. That man 
will then be "off duty" for 48 
hours, before being on another 
24. 

The headquarters building 
has cooking facilities, sleeping 
quarters, and spaces for re- 
creation and relaxation. 

One of the projects under 
way at the Artie Avenue struc- 
ture is renovation g the second 
floor. 

Until July of this year, that 
floor was occupied by members 
of the police division, 2nd Police 
Precinct, now located a block 
away, at 18th and Artie. 




The Beach Borouflh fire station, with an out-of-date name on the 
front. 




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Advertising Services 



William P. Caspar 



William P. Caspar has es- 
tablished his own advertising 
agency. Capital Advertising, 
Incorporated, and Is actively 
offering clients complete ad- 
vertising services in the Tide- 
water area. His office is located 
at 2712 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Caspar, president of the 
agency, was an account execu- 
tive with M.H.E. Advertising of 
Norfolk until August of this 
year. 

He Is 3? years old, was 
educated at Flint Junior CoUege 
and the University of Michigan, 



served in the U.S. Army during 
the Korean War and was a 
personal body-guard to General 
Maxwell D. Taylor. 

Caspar is a Uf e member of 
the Virginia Beach Jaycees, a 
member of the board of direc- 
tors of the Virginia Beach 
Exchange Club and a member of 
the First Presbyterian Church 
here. He is a deaoon and Sunday 
School teacher and works witti 
Cub Scout Pack #60. 

He and his wife, Mary Stevens, 
have three children— Susan, 9; 
Sarah, 8, and John, 4. 



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